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As mentioned in the linked you'll have to generate a one-time application-specific password and provide that application-specific password as your password when you're adding the Gmail account. Note I haven't tried this for outlook.com but the practice is standard for across all clients which request for password & don't request for the token code using ...
I can offer you no answer for the mail you send but you can use the following to get all your mail in both computers inbox. In your account settings you can setup what to do with mail you just received. Set one machine to: leave messages on server. Set the other machine to: delete messages on server after 30 days The 30 days setting is just a random number ...
before i remember that this feature has 30 days expire date. Did it message it to you, when config it? Another guess is that your server config for POP3 clients that if they refresh more than for example 4 times, then block it, and when you reconfigure another IP in Gmail check that. Please Contact with your host administrator
Most of your mature webmail apps should be able to do that. Certainly Gmail can poll POP3 mailboxes without issue. It's a 3-step process: Open Settings (found under the "gear" icon" and select Accounts and Import. Click on Add a POP3 mail account you own. Enter the email address. Fill out the necessary server information and choose the options you want. ...
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