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There are another one or two topics on this over at XDA-developers, and I haven't been able to find a solution or cause for the problem. I suggest you use the Gmail app, because it has great support for Emails that are "non-google". The most obvious (however I could be wrong) answer to this is a bug in the Samsung Email app (But if you're on Lollipop you ...


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It actually gets the public key of the receiver before sending the email. So yes, it could do what it says.


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I've been having the same issue, seems the only way to reset it, is to delete the acct. on your phone and then set it up again, I've started to observe what I am doing to contribute to this, and discovered if I delete a message without opening it, it causes the numbers to raise, If I open each email before deleting it, the trash will not display a number


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Go to bottom of attachment list where you see "File" - enter folder. If you downloaded your pdf from "Drive" it will be in the download folder. Downloading files from "Drive" is easy as well. Enter Drive and locate the pdf file to download. Click on the person icon on the right-hand side of file name. Locate download button. Your on your way.


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I had this same issue. I had to delete the account and do the manual setup instead of the automatic installation using m.outlook.com as the server name. Once this was done it gave me the options to sync contacts, calendars, etc. Before that on the automatic setup it was only giving me the option to sync email. Hope this helps if you didn't get it working ...


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Download Microsoft Outlook and have it replace your default Android app. When I did this the problem was fixed without making any special changes.


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Found it - you have to go through the phone's general settings, not the Email app. Settings > Personal > Accounts > Exchange ActiveSync, then select your account, then there's a option "Remove" in the menu from the ... dots menu icon at the top right of the screen.


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You can manage duplicate items in Google contacts. For that your phone contacts need to be synced with google contacts. After the sync you need to visit Google Contacts Preview website to find/manage the duplicates. You'll be able to see on the left side of the screen that an option to "Find duplicates" avaliable. Just click on that and google will manage to ...


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On my phone this problem appears to be caused by LinkedIn. Try disabling that sync and then clean again. It only happens to certain contacts for me.



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