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Enable notifications for Inbox: tap menu icon tap settings (just above Help & feedback" at bottom of screen tap your email address check "New messages" and your choice of Vibrations, Lights, and sound. Tap "Turn off Gmail notifications" & confirm (if displayed) Disable notifications in the Gmail app (if "Turn off Gmail notifications" is not ...


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There is currently no way of doing it. You can download apps again to the same userid account on different devices, but you cannot transfer those licenses to other userids. So you'll have to rebuy the apps on one account which you wish to keep if you want to stop using both accounts.


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Within the gMail app you can select multiple messages by using the big capital letters in front of a message.


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From the Email app, press the menu key, then choose Settings. Pick Account settings, then click the account you want to change on the next screen. After that, you have to scroll to the bottom to get More settings, and to the bottom again to change the Incoming settings and Outgoing settings. Samsung appears to have taken lessons from Microsoft on hiding ...


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I had the same problem and this is what I did... Start at your home screen and swipe down from the top to display your notifications. At the top right, tap the gear/wheel (which is settings). Then, tap accounts. Next, email. If you have more than one email on this app, you have to do the following for each email address--I have two on mine. You will have a ...


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Only Gmail app currently supports archiving for Gmail. Other mail providers do not have the concept of archiving emails, so this is limited only to Gmail and hence to Gmail app alone. If you want to archive the emails, you should use Gmail app, I see no other workaround.


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You can't have email push notifications over POP3. It's an old protocol and simply doesn't support push. It doesn't matter what client you use or what kind of mail server. If you can set up Outlook to access Gmail through IMAP instead of POP3, and if Outlook supports IMAP IDLE for push notifications, then you'll get push notifications. Otherwise, you might ...


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That sounds like a perfect job for tasker (see the tasker tag-wiki for some background). Example profile in "Pseudo-Code": Condition: Time, start: 9am, end: 5pm Task: Sync off Exit-Task: Sync On Notes: "Exit-Task" is optional. If not defined, Tasker restores the state from before the Task started. "Sync Off" applies to more than just mail (includes ...


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I'm willing to bet that you can't change it. It's probably being enforced by AirWatch as part of your company's security policies. They have disabled HTML email; so that means HTML email will be converted to plain text.


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You need to get this information from your university. Ask the IT department to walk you through it or just give you the necessary information. From what you've said: email accounts are provided by Microsoft. seems to me they're using Exchange in a Windows domain (I could be wrong). Therefore, you'll need a server link, domain name, username, and ...


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Try to install the Email app directly from Google Play Store. If this app is shown as incompatible on your device, side-load it by downloading it from here, enabling the Unknown sources in Settings -> Security, and installing the apk (either by tapping the apk in the download manager, or via ADB from your PC: adb install -r <path-to-apk>). Keep in ...


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Open the email you would like to forward. Click on the "more" 3 dots. it is there under Reply all.


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Not a Lollipop specific solution, more in general- works in other versions. First you need to access your GMail account through your desktop browser. Click the Settings cog in the upper right and choose "Settings". CLick on the "Accounts and Import" tab/section. Find the option labelled "Send mail as: (Use Gmail to send from your other email addresses)". ...


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Turn off notifications: (this is the same for all apps) Settings >> Apps. Slide to the "All" section and scroll down until you find "Email". Uncheck the box for "Show notifications". You should probably do the same for Exchange Services, which has the same icon. Remove account from Email app: Settings > Scroll down to the Accounts and tap on Email. Tap the ...


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You can use any email you want to register for apps. Use the forum one to keep app spam off the serious one. Remember, purchased apps are still on the primary Google account, no matter what other address you register the app account with.


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K-9 Mail app (available on PlayStore) will filter by attachments, plus several other choices. It is open sourced and free.


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There's lots of apps that perform the function of restricting access to other apps. Simply head to Google Play and search for "app locker".


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If geffchang's answer didn't work, you can try this at a last resort. System setting > Apps > ALL > Email > Deactivate. However, this not only removes the account you wanted to remove but also all other accounts.


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As far as I know, the stock email app in the GS4 does not support archiving like Gmail app. So my advice to you is simply use the Gmail app in your GS4 as it offers more and better options than the stock one. Also you can add as many accounts as you want to into it.


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This might seem silly to ask, but is your auto-sync to gmail setting on? Assuming your email's IMAP settings are correct, then the issue is with your phone. In the case of the default email android client, you need to have auto-sync on for each added email account. Once that is checked on, your emails on the server will reflect any changes made on the phone. ...



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