The most obvious use for a VPN is to prevent you from being tracked.

That’s one of the many reasons it’s popular with privacy advocates, but it can also help to hide the IP address of your VPN connection, allowing it to evade government and other surveillance authorities.

If you’re on a Windows PC, you’ll also need a proxy server for your local network, and there are many services to choose from.

There are free VPN services available for a number of popular operating systems, including Windows and Linux, Mac OS X, and iOS.

If your VPN is running on a Mac, however, it’s also possible to create an app called “Gigantic” that lets you install a VPN on your Mac.

This app will install a “proxy” for your Mac’s network, which can be accessed from any Mac.

If all you’re interested in is accessing Gmail through the VPN, this isn’t a good option.

Here’s how to set it up. 1.

Open the VPN app.

If it doesn’t automatically open, right-click the VPN icon in the upper-right corner of the Finder, choose “New,” and select “VPN.”

If it asks you to enable “Local DNS,” click “Yes.”

In the VPN menu, click the “Configure” button.

In the “Proxy Server” section, select the “Server” option.

In this section, click “Add” and enter your email address and password.


In “Add Proxy Server,” click on “Add.”

The list of available proxies will open up.

Choose the one that you want to use.

Click “Next.”

Choose the “Port” and “Port number” that you’re using.

Click the “OK” button to close the “AddProxy Server.”


After creating your proxy server, you can open up Gmail through it. 4.

Your VPN connection will now show up as a proxy on your local Mac, but you’ll still have to enter your Gmail address and passwords.

To test your setup, you should enter your phone number and email address into the Google search box.

If everything goes well, you may see your Gmail inbox from within the VPN on that Mac.


If the setup works, you will see your new Gmail inbox on your phone, and you’ll be able to send and receive emails from Gmail, Outlook, and your email client.

You can still view your emails from your Gmail account, though.


Now, you’re going to want to set the location of your new proxy.

To do this, click on the VPN in the Finder menu.


At the top of the list, click your email and click “Settings.”


Click on “Edit” to select the location for your proxy.

Click next to “Change Proxy Port.”

This will give you a new port number, which you can use to change the location to your Mac computer.

Click Next to close this setting.


Click Finish.

Your new VPN is now configured to let you access Gmail through your local IP address, even if you don’t have a proxy.

The setup should now work for most people, and it should be relatively easy to setup a VPN for other email clients as well.