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We could say this is kind of a hidden trick of Gmail. Here is what Google says about it: Gmail doesn’t recognize dots as characters within usernames, you can add or remove the dots from a Gmail address without changing the actual destination address; they’ll all go to your inbox, and only yours And the makeuseof article about it. Microsoft ...


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If you setup your mail client to use IMAP instead of POP access, all those things will happen automatically for you. eg Read status, deletes, folder moves etc will all be replicated back to gmail. Here's how to set it up: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=78799


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You may want to take a look at Google's Calendar Sync: Google Calendar Sync allows you to sync events between Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar. You'll be able to determine the direction of information flow, as well as the sync frequency. Staying on top of your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar events has never been easier! ...


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Outlook cannot set up an account that uses ActiveSync, it can only speak the native Exchange protocol through RPC (or RPC over HTTPS, also known as Outlook Anywhere). Gmail only publishes an ActiveSync endpoint, so unfortunately on the desktop you'll need to use IMAP for email and Google Calendar Sync for calendars. It appears that Outlook 2007 has proper ...


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You can add Your meetup calendar to Google Calendar accessable over your personal home page. Information and image source


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That's because you are not using IE. What you are seeing is a non-IE (watered down) version of the app. Therefore, first and foremost, you need to access OWA from Internet Explorer, otherwise you will not see the Rules section. Secondly, make sure forwarding is allowed from the Exchange server. Then: Login Click on the Options button at the top right of ...


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Yes, you go to settings - filters and create new filter then put your outlook address in the from address, go to create filter from this search and use the apply the label selection as the rule and then create filter and have it apply to the # matching conversations that it found from the "search" This will apply it to all incoming messages that meet your ...


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Yes, we're aware of some problems with formatting between Gmail and Outlook. You can follow this discussion in the Gmail Help Forum. Some folks have reported that turning off Default Text Styling and/or Signature Tweaks helps.


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If you look at the bottom of the calendar page for whatever Meetup group you are looking for you'll see an iCal link to subscribe to. Copy this link and within Google Calendar you can add a new calendar by URL. Paste the link and click Add Calendar and you should be good to go. edit: This no longer seems to be possible on Meetup.com


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There is no specific invite for an Outlook user within the default Gmail interface. Since you can send a calendar invitation within Gmail now testing the behavior of Outlook should be trivial. Generally speaking varying clients such as Outlook, Lotus Notes, Thunderbird, etc... acknowledge the invites from a differing client; however in some cases they ...


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Can you use IMAP rather than POP for your client access? If you can then you will be able to view all of your Gmail folders in your client of choice, including the spam folder and move emails between them. As far as I am aware though you will not be able to tell Gmail that this mail is not spam for future use.


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On your meetup home page, click the 'Add to' link above Your meetup calendar. Then choose All my Meetups or My Yes RSVPs. Then click the Google Calendar icon. This will bring up your Google Calendar with a prompt asking: Do you want to add this calendar? Click Yes and all your meetups should now be added to your calendar now and going forward. See also: ...


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It will be in your All Mail folder. If it is a new email it will be there on it's own, if it is a reply or forward it will be threaded with the original email that you replied to or forwarded. If you use IMAP instead of POP3 (at least in Thunderbird, not sure about Outlook) you can set it to place the sent items in your GMail sent item on the server.


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Google has a tool to help you with this called Google Calendar Sync http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?answer=89955


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I would love to see the Yes/No/Maybe gadget from Wave incorporated into Gmail. Another way to conduct a poll, but which might be too technical for some, is to create mailto: hyperlinks in your message and use the "+ address feature" and your filters to capture the data. In other words, ask your question in the subject ("Are you going to the prom?") then in ...


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You can simply export/Save-as the calendar from MS Outlook and import it into Google calendar. Note, however, that there does appear to be a restriction with Outlook's repeating events. From Google's import dialog: "Google Calendar can import event information in ical or CSV (MS Outlook)" Open Outlook Click Calendar Right click on the calendar ...


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I'm not really familar with Outlook, but a bit of searching suggests that its difficult or impossible to export the calendar from Outlook 2003. I see a few tools that people have written to do the job but I'm in no position to recommend anything. What you could do is try Google's Outlook Calendar Sync tool, which claims to support Outlook 2003. ...


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I found a really good way to do this is to set up an iCloud account in outlook. I did this to get outlook to sync with my IPod Touch, so I had it in place anyway. Then you can use Smoothsync for iCloud calendar Note that for Jelly Bean users: To prevent the removal of your accounts on reboot, first install the workaround app described in the information ...


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I don't think there is an easy answer here besides having to recreate the recurring meeting. There are a few Google Product forum discussions on the issue, but no good resolution. The only certain fix (for events in the future) is to turn on 1-way sync (Outlook --> Google) Here is one of the latest threads about the issue (with no resolution). You can try ...


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After 8 months of research, I think I found the solution, which is multifaceted. There are two issues (possibly more) that could be at play. Here is my final solution, which I posted here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-outlook/exchange- ISSUE 1 - Possible Two Step verification problem and App passwords: Sign in to ...


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I prefer Sync2 Here is article about Outlook synchronization solutions on Guardian. Full solution list can be found on syncdroid.net. Most popular are: Sync2, CompanionLink, gSyncit


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Sync your outlook calendar to office online. See "grant access" section in the link. Then just subscribe your google account to this calendar. This method allow only one way synchronization (subscription) from Google Calendar to Outlook.


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Google Apps Migration Tool for Microsoft Outlook. Although Outlook is in the name of the tool, I'm almost 100% sure it DOES NOT REQUIRE OUTLOOK TO BE INSTALLED. You basically download Google's tool here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/outlookmigration and login with your Gmail credentials. Then you select migrate data from PST file. Just used this for ...


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There's no specific amount of time. If you use your Outlook.com account for a while (basically showing Outlook.com that you're not a spammer), Outlook.com will figure out that you're not a spammer and automatically increase your quota. Alternatively, you can verify your account by going to http://sms.live.com and verifying your mobile number (no need to ...


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QUESTION 1-In the case of Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, it does not look possible for gmail to access them. Gmail appears to need POP available, and my administrator says that without IMAP or better it is a waste of time. So you have to use microsoft explorer to access the web mail for the full set of options to appear and then set up a rule for ...


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Yes - I have done this - multiple Outlook users can use Google Calendar Sync to sync to the same Google Calendar. According to Google's documentation (see heading "Syncing event reminders" here), some support is provided for syncing reminders.


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Responding to : The client uses Outlook, so they do not report Spam to Gmail . Gmail's spam filters work the same for a person using the web interface or a client like Outlook. I mean, the spam filters will tag a message as spam / non-spam before sorting it into the appropriate folder. From this page, moving a message to the [Gmail]/Spam folder ...


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gSyncit This is a commercial software (with a free limited trial). It is not perfect, has it's flaws. However, this is the only software I have found that syncs between Outlook (Calendar/Contact/Notes/Tasks) and Gmail. You can also ask it to sync to multiple Google accounts. Hope this helps.



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