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Gmail has been HTTPS only since early 2014. Even if plaintext connections were still supported, it would be insecure. Gmail has fully supported HTTPS since it launched, so there was really never a reason to disable it anyway.
Open the Gmail App Go to the settings for the account tied to Inbox Uncheck Notification If this solution does not work for what you want to accomplish, there really isn't anything I, or anyone, can tell you to do. Inbox and Gmail are 2 apps for the same service. They are not meant to be used at the same time for the same account. In fact, when you ...
The only way you can do this I've found is if you install Viber on your pc. A code is sent to your phone that you confirm. That's it.
Google has linked YouTube to Google+, so now, if you have a YouTube channel, you have a Google+ profile. To delete the profile picture: 1.) Go to your Google+ profile. press the picture that you have as your profile picture, and then press on the blue button that says "View Profile." 2.) Once you are there, you will see a profile picture and a cover ...
Toggling the syncing of Gmail for the account is the best option. Turning of Gmail sync on a Google account in Android does not prevent you from fetching mail for that account via a method such as "pull to refresh" when you are viewing that account in the Gmail app. I use Synker to integrate with Tasker, though I know there are other apps that expose ...
AFAIK you can't configure an account only for inbox, or only for gmail. But you can disable gmail notifications for your personnal account. In gmail, top-left menu, settings, "your-personnal-account", uncheck "notifications".
Proper aliases, where you can pick either address as the sender, isn't possible in Gmail. However, in your case I understand you never want to use ab123456@domain; you always want to use first.last@domain. In that case, when adding a new account, use first.last@domain as your email address and choose manual setup. Enter your password when prompted and then, ...
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