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In this case (April 4th, 2015) you could safely click "Connect". But in general such warnings should not be ignored. Here's how you can investigate future occurrences of such warnings: Clicking "Show Certificate" and then selecting "Google Internet Authority G2" showed for this incident: Google Internet Authority G2 Intermediate certificate authority ...


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Google sent an email to those subscribed to alerts: Google Apps for Business Status: Service disruption We expect to resolve the problem affecting a majority of users of Gmail at April 4, 2015 1:00:00 PM PDT. Please note that this time frame is an estimate and may change. smtp.gmail.com is displaying an invalid certificate. April 4, ...


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The risk in replying to domain registration emails comes from edge risks from social engineering hijacking and not actually being “infected.” Here—in item number 5 in the list—is a recommendation not to reply to anonymous emails because of the possibility of being infected. Looking at item number 5 on the page you are linking to shows that none of ...


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The reason it is often advised to delete spam emails without opening them is to limit the feedback provided to the spammers. Ideally we want it to be impossible for the spammers to tell the difference between an email that was caught by a spam filter and an email that got past the spam filter but was recognized as spam by the user. If the spammers can tell ...


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SMTP does not require a bounce back, although it appears Gmail might do it: There is risk involved with showing what responses a server gives although the bounceback is generally considered enough of a benefit to overlook the risk. Simple fact of it is: most "undelivered" emails are in one of Gmails folders (In my case I have two Spam folders, one called ...


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Doesn't the SMTP protocol guarantee email delivery, or at least a failed delivery notification to the sender? No, SMTP has no delivery guarantees (you can check it yourself in RFC 5321): There are mechanisms glued on to the SMTP protocol and associated programs for ensuring delivery (DSN, Return Receipts). Note that these themselves are ...


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Please take a look at the Folder subscription Manual https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/thunderbird-and-gmail#w_subscribing-to-folders-and-synchronizing-messages Section : Subscribing to folders and synchronizing messages if you subscribe to the Folder, you are able to see it. If you see it, you can select all (left click and then hold shift press End + ...


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To move your mail from the Trash folder to the Inbox or any other folder, use the Move to button: You can select all the 100K emails in the Trash by selecting all mail on the first page and then clicking on the Select all xxx messages... link at the bottom of the page. This image from Gmail Help Forum illustrates what you need to do: (click on the image ...


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Have you tired using google takeout to just get a copy of the majority of your data, create the new account and then add existing account so it only has to sync a small bit? Takeout: https://www.google.com/settings/takeout Support: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/3024190?source=gsearch



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