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This is part of a newly-announced bit of functionality to make Gmail more secure. Gmail Blog: Making email safer for you If you receive a message from, or are about to send a message to, someone whose email service doesn’t support TLS encryption, you’ll see a broken lock icon in the message. In your particular case, you have received a message from ...


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First of all you should not have posted the full log above. It contains your gmail username and password! So the very first thing to do is to change your gmail password. Now to work on your problem: If you are using 2factor auth, you will need to create an application password and use that to authenticate. You will need to enable "insecure" apps as ...


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Short answer Disable the chat in Gmail. Instructions Go to gmail.com Go to Settings > Chat Click in the radio Chat off Click the Save changes button


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You can't avoid this message. This is for security check and you have to pass it. They have detected some suspicious activity on your account and that's why they are asking for verification. If you don't have mobile number, you can use anyone's mobile number (friends or family phone number, always use trusted person mobile number) to get verification code. ...


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The behaviour you describe is as expected. A delegated account allows you to easily switch to that account without logging out of your primary account. The delegated account is opened in a new window and you have "full" control to send/view/delete emails and contacts as the delegated account. However, the address books of both accounts are combined when ...


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From Gmail Help: Email encryption in transit (TLS) Gmail supports encryption in transit using Transport Layer Security (TLS), and will automatically encrypt your incoming and outgoing emails if it can. Some other email services don't support TLS, and therefore messages exchanged with these services will not be TLS encrypted. In Gmail on your ...


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Typically you shouldn't be receiving these emails three times a day. When you do receive them (legitimately), you'll see a red notification bar in Google areas when signed in with your account. For safety's sake, I would either enable Google 2-Step Verification on your account, or at least change the password. When in doubt, if you're a paid Google Apps ...


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It usually happens when you try to sign in your account using another device or at any other place other than frequently used devices. If it happens thrice a day, then either your account is being signed in by any other person of your circle or someone is trying to hack your account from other places. Because Google recognises devices quickly and sends you ...


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So I found http://webapps.stackexchange.com/a/42968/24693 which I think solves my problem. I had a filter from:(@someimportantdomainTHAT_I_HAVE_AN_ADDRESS_AT) never send to spam I changed it to: from:(@someimportantdomainTHAT_I_HAVE_AN_ADDRESS_AT) -from:myaddress@thatdomain never send to spam n.b. despite me entering the new rule as above, it appears ...


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You can do a wildcard match using Regex within Google Apps Script, which accesses your Gmail. If you want to do a simple search based on a given word as the root, you can use the simpler test() approach. For example: var matchList = []; var labelRoot = /Home/ var existingLabels = GmailApp.getUserLabels(); for (var i = 0; i < ...



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