Impossible? Nope. It’s absolutely the most simple thing in the world, and doesn’t involve you setting up several email addresses for the privilege.
There are a couple of options…
Option One – The full stop / period / dot. This —> .
Gmail doesn’t recognise full stops so if your email is Mr.Smith.In.The.House@gmail.com. It will simply ignore the full stops.
Therefore, it doesn’t really matter where you put them. For instance M.email@example.com will work just as well. Giving you more than enough email options to use when managing multiple accounts.
Option Two – gmail and googlemail.
When you set up your google mail address it actually created two addresses for you @gmail and @googlemail.
Simple as that if you just want two accounts to manage.
Option Three – the plus (+) sign
Gmail also allows you to create email alias’ by adding a “+[insertword]” after your email. Google will simply ignore anything from the plus sign onwards and deliver as usual