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Since POP3 focus on mail receiving (e.g. Inbox) content, I would suggest you to remove the old outlook setting and configuring your mail client to use IMAP instead, all your mailboxes content will be synced to your outlook client accordingly. Check the link as your reference: http://www.purpledogdesign.com/clients/knowledgebase.php/114/Sync-IMAP-sent-items-...


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This works for me. If you have two-factor auth enabled on your Gmail account, the password will need to be the app password you create.


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After you configured Gmail account in Outlook a folder is created automatically in it's Gmail mailbox but you can also create a Root folder path to separate Gmail IMAP account from Outlook. Follow these steps: Open your Outlook and click on File >> click on Account Settings >> click again on Account Settings >> under Email tab, double click on the Gmail ...


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Gmail does not enable imap by default - you'd need to log into the webui and explicitly allow it. Its covered in their support page. go click on the gear icon, go to settings, and go to forwarding and pop/imap and set it appropriately. You can find the configuration there as well. -


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Well may be this Google Forum's thread will help you on why Gmail is not loading on Chrome. As Chrome is smaller and faster then IE & Firefox that's why it sometimes shows error while loading Gmail. Take help from this thread:- https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/08RWQgqtvEg Another thing about the default language is login to your ...


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Your assumptions are essentially correct, but instead of "access the ISP inbox using the gmail app", you'll access the gmail inbox directly. Gmail will fetch all messages transparently and the messages from your non-gmail account will show amongst your gmail messages, if there are any. You will also be able to reply to the ISP messages from inside gmail, as ...


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I'm the author of Epichrome and have a Gmail SSB of my own. I've just confirmed that I'm able to view and download a PDF attachment from within the SSB without it trying to send the link to the default browser. I don't have any rules specific to attachments, just a set of rules to keep Gmail links internal. Here's an export of my Epichrome Helper settings ...


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This is actually problem with your Chrome Browser not Outlook or Gmail. You may try the following solution: Try the shortcut for zooming your screen. To zoom in, press 'ctrl' key along with '+' and to zoom out press 'ctrl' key along with '-'(minus). If still the same problem arises, then try the Incognito mode of your Chrome browser. Since this mode doesn'...


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You mention that you had sent the same email about 20 times and reached a limit. Gmail says that its sending limit is about 500 recipients or a large number of failed requests per day: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22839?hl=en At 20 failed attempts, that seems to me to be a large number of failed attempts. If your email fails, it may be okay to ...


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Gmail has a daily limit. Gmail is not an email blasting service. You will need to contract an independent email server from a hosting company, or send your email through an email opt-in service like mail-chimp. Either you have sent spam in the past or detected as currently sending and your daily sending limit has been reduced. GMAIL is not a CORPORATE or ...


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I never could get Outlook to work despite all the wonderful help. I tried Thunderbird, but couldn't get the calendar to work. I am using eM Client instead of Outlook & Thunderbird. It looks & works a lot like Outlook and is free.



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