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If you do it from from gmail you can do it on a by sender basis. Here are the instructions: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/v0rJQjdR-Pc
I did not understand the phone you have the contacts on... so I will try a general option answer: go to contacts and use the available options: e.g. Import/Export or "batch operation" followed by "select all" and "share". other options are available just think out of the closet.
You are right, I tried your way just a while ago and I am unable to attach file in Gmail. If it is possible for you, instead of using Gmail from browser, download Gmail app from Play Store and your problem will be solved.
Gmail app DOES support exchange, but it appears to be only on nexus devices running lollipop. I believe you can install the apk manually, if you search around for it. Haven't tried it myself yet, but considering it.
The Gmail app does not support Microsoft Exchange. To add an Exchange account go to Settings> Add Account > Corporate
A fellow Nexus 5 owner in my office who had not yet upgraded his to 5.1 showed me his settings. The security type on his was SSL/TLS, while mine was set to SSL/TLS (Accept all certificates). I changed mine to SSL/TLS and it works now. I'm not sure why this worked but I can get my emails now.
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.
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