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According to this page: (official help) https://support.google.com/mail/answer/6594?hl=en Some shortcuts are always on. Including Cmd + Enter. It seems you cannot turn it off. Btw I found this help page from Gmail Settings > General tab > Keyboard shortcuts section, "Learn more" link next to the radio buttons to turn shortcuts on or off. The help page ...


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It means that the server (the portion after the @ sign) may not be accepting e-mails, or might be malfunctioning. Double check that the e-mail address is spelled correctly. It's not a problem with gmail, but the server on the receiving end.


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The question is rather old, but I still encountered this problem today. So, here's a solution. Use these settings in the advanced tab: Connection security: "Use old-style SSL" Connect port: 5223 Connect server: talk.google.com Particularly setting the Connect server appears to be important.


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Control panel-->default programs for me: (Bigger image) And then click here: (Bigger image) And there click for outlook, and now you mark as default. :)


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mailx reads ~./mailrc set smtp=smtp://your.smtp.server if authentication is required: set smtp-auth-user=user set smtp-auth-password=password for system-wide configuration, edit /etc/nail.rc man mail for all available settings


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HowToGeek demonstrates a Windows PowerShell script that works very well at How To Send Email From the Command Line in Windows Without Extra Software Here is the method: First you're defining the variables: $EmailFrom = “yourMail@gmail.com” $EmailTo = “theRecipient'sAddress@someServer.com” $Subject = “your subject” $Body = “some text” $SMTPServer ...


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Try setting the rule in Outlook to "Redirect" the mail instead of "Forwarding" it. The main difference between forwarding and redirection is that while forwarding automatically makes changes to your email and includes details about the message history, redirection discretely sends the email to the intended party in its originally written state, making it ...


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My Blog Article might help (http://www.lauramartin.co.nz/how-to-set-your-automatic-mailto-to-use-gmail-instead-of-outlook-in-google-chrome/). You can change your default email client easily enough using Chrome Settings or the Plugin. Hope it helps.


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You should check your /etc/postfix/master.cf configuration file and see if Postfix is configured to pass on all incoming emails to virtual users. Basically, the following lines should be present: dovecot unix - n n - - pipe flags=DRhu user=vmail:vmail argv=/usr/lib/dovecot/deliver -f ${sender} -d ${recipient} They are ...


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Yes, it is. For example have a look here: http://qmail.org/man/man5/mbox.html


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There is such a thing as a “No-Break Space” and as Wikipedia explains it: In word processing and digital typesetting, a non-breaking space (" "), also known as a no-break space or non-breakable space (NBSP), is a variant of the space character that prevents an automatic line break (line wrap) at its position. And according to that Wikipedia entry ...


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Create an Outlook 2013 rule which triggers when sending emails. Set it to make a copy of the sent mail to your outlook's sent item folder. This rule will be a local-machine only rule because its behaviour is having to do with multiple mailboxes. As for gmail's sent items, when you use gmail's service to send an email, it will be automatically recorded in ...


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This is the way the IMAP works. I believe you've managed to configure your Gmail account in Outlook as IMAP. This is why you see your sent emails in its Sent Items. If you want to use another folder for sent messages, you may want to add the PST file and make it the primary storage. Another way is to add Gmail account as POP3.


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To encrypt your Gmail messages and compose secure mails: In Google Chrome you get secure Gmail extensions. If you get in your Gmail account you will see a “Lock” icon beside the compose button you need click on it. It will pop up a new secure Compose window. At the bottom it will show the “save Failed” icon this way Gmail will save the message to draft on ...


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Gmail Notifier still working as of today 22 November 2014. a) Uninstall your current version of Gmail Notifier b) Install Gmail Notifier again on your computer but stop before entering any details. c) Open your gmail account on the web and go to your account details. d) Find Security and open it. e) If you are running 2 step verification you need to open ...



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