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Your email address is stored as part of a "user account" on the device. Settings => Accounts => Facebook : Menu => Remove Account After clearing your cache and data for the app, and removing the account, your email should be removed. But, every time you log in it will add the account back into the settings.


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Ok so after i tried everything to recover the SNS process nothing has worked but a factory reset, however Yahoo mail still gets Facebook emails without notifications so i am guessing this is a problem at their end. I would not recommend to stop the SNS process to get rid of the message "login to sync facebook with your other applications" as you can see a ...


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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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Nope you cannot do it. This has been explained in a previous question which should help you understand the reason.


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Having now used my phone for a bit longer it appears that the on board email client that I have looking to BT, will use the Android address book. The same seems to be true for a Yahoo webmail account I have set up. Thus the answer to my original question is to export the address book as a file, upload it to the phone and import it into Google Mail ...


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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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Encrypt your message to any public key(s). I also recommend encrypt-to-self. Then send it as an attachment to any address.


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To "get rid of it", try the following steps: From the home-screen, open Settings Navigate to Apps, tap the "All" tab Scroll until you find the Email app. Tap it. Tap the buttons to "Clear cache", "Delete data", "Force stop", and "Disable" (in this order)1 Now that app should no longer bother you. If you wish to use another Email app instead, there are ...


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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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I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but you can send emails from Gmail through multiple accounts and set the account that you want. I use myusername@gmail.com, and myworkemail@myworkdomain, both going through my Gmail app. When I compose an email, I change the email address under "From". However, to get that, I changed the settings on the web ...



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