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The application-password that you create will need to be added in two places in your Apple Mail app. There is your Incoming Mail Server password, which is immediately visible under your account information. Below that you can see the selection for Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). The default will be Gmail. Click on the drop down box and select "Edit Server ...


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Alright, I figured one way to do this. In order for this to work you need an email account without an @gmail.com address. I used a Google Apps account, but another service provider's should be fine as well (e.g. @yahoo.com, @hotmail.com, etc.). The key is, that when you press the "Next Step" button in the "Add another email address you own", it must ask you ...


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No, there is no way to do this at this time. Your only option using Gmail's interface is to add the address as a "Send mail as" address.


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Yes. You need to add that email address as an account that you can send from (if you haven't aleady done that). Then you need to turn on the setting to reply as the account sent to. Both settings can be found under Settings | Accounts and Import. See also: Gmail support


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In Google Apps you can restrict delivery.


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I ran into this problem as well, and after a while determined it's related to the Keychain Access where the passwords are stored. One forum I found suggested running a "Repair" of the login keychain (available via the "First Aid" menu item), which resolved the problem for some people. For me, however, the repair process found nothing to fix. Finally, I ...


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On Google's support site, regarding 2-step verification, they speak directly of this issue and say this it more or less comes down to being sure that your check off the "remember this password" box Quoted directly from Google's support site: Soon after you turn on 2-step verification, you'll be alerted that your password is no longer working (see image ...


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Even with SenderID and DKIM both properly configured and tested, we can't get our Stack Overflow mails through to hotmail.com email addresses -- they regularly go in the spam folder. Apparently hotmail is a tough nut to crack... The autoresponder at check-auth@verifier.port25.com is a great resource for this. Send an email to it with a valid reply address, ...


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The only thing I can think of that doesn't involve changing hosting is to get your customers to add your e-mail address to their white list. I know it's not ideal, but I see it on a lot of mailing list mails for this very reason.


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Have a look at Mailchimp this is one of the top email marketeers, and very easy to use . http://www.mailchimp.com/


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[Edited, see comments] In the Mail application you'll want to add a second (or third, etc. if you have more) SMTP account. Then, when composing an email, you can select which account from which you wish to send it. More information: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20010401111133239


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You might have a look at MSN's Sender Solutions which describes (quote) a suite of services to help senders improve their deliverability to Windows Live Hotmail consumers


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Microsoft relies on various authentication filters to determine if an email is spam or not. Common industry practices include reviewing email for the presence of a SPF Validation, Sender ID and DKIM records within email received. The Sender ID Framework is an e-mail authentication technology protocol that helps address the problem of spoofing and phishing ...


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Sort of. You can create a filter that looks at the from: field and applies a specific label. You'd then need labels for each (sent-mail1, sent-mail2, etc.). The messages will still end up in "Sent Mail" as well, of course. I do something similar. I have filters to have all messages where a specific e-mail is in the from: or to: get a label for that ...


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I found that the only solution was to create another user, for which the primary email uses the alias domain. In your case, connect to the admin console for g.mydomain.com. First, remove the email alias you say you have set up for your first account. Create a new user with the same name as the first account, and for its primary email address you should be ...


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You say you have already tried a VPN? As I know one way would be to tunnel all here traffic through a VPN to one fixed location - thus each time she connects via SMTP it will appear she is only ever at one location.


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I find that somehow the 'TLS Certificate' gets set. I change this to None, and it starts to work again. In my case I use the following settings smtp.gmail.com TLS on port 465 As password, I use my new two-way identification password defined here: SmsAuthSettings


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Yes, as long as the e-mail address is verified in your Gmail account and you are able to send messages from it using Gmail's regular web interface. Just add a new account to Thunderbird with the appropriate name and e-mail address and configure it to use smtp.gmail.com with your usual credentials. Note that if you attempt to use a From: address that hasn't ...


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A little bit of Google-ing proved that everyone.net is a reliable SMTP 3rd party service provider. Here is one supporting link. -Hope this helps.


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As far as I know it's just not yet possible to "delegate whole domain" on gmail. But you can do it using a IMAP client such as Thunderbird: Better multiple identity and signature management. Set up multiple "identities" in Thunderbird with email address-specific signatures, which you can't do in web-based Gmail. Hit the "Manage Identities" button in ...


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There is not an explicit way of doing that, but it is a realy fantastic idea that you should sugest to the Gmail team. http://mail.google.com/support/bin/static.py?page=suggestions.cs&issue=116880&bucket=16937 I work in the same way with both emails is Outlook and you just need to get into the habit of checking the "From" address before you click ...


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I think something is off with your university's mail system. I've tried sending mail using a custom From address and an incorrect password and it's been my experience that Google's mail system tells me that the remote server rejected my credentials via an error message delivered to my Gmail inbox. For example: Delivery to the following recipient failed ...


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If you are stuck with just using labels you can go into Settings > Labels and hide the system Sent Mail label to avoid going there by mistake.



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