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You are running two email applications. From your screenshot the one with the big "N" is the Gmail appliction the other is from the HTC Email application, called email. You can remove your account from either, or disable the whole application if that suits better. To remove the account from HTC Email. Press the "Application Menu" button at the bottom ...


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The stock email application and many other I've tested present a list of 25 emails per page. The user can however load older emails on demand. This is done due to two main reasons: to prevent large transfers of data that end up using the device communication thus leading to a faster battery drain; to preserve memory consumption that in turn would leave ...


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YES, you can delete the stock Email (Email.apk) and stock Calendar (Calendar.apk, CalendarProvider.apk) app. For a list of other apps you can delete on CyanogenMod, see the expandable list at the bottom of the CM wiki. I'm not so sure for AOSP though.


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You can't, the Gmail client for Android only syncs the Inbox folder. The other folders are only synced when you enter into each one. If I'm not mistaken the K9 Mail client have the ability to sync more than one folder. EDIT to add some new information provided by "Mr. Buster": The current version of Gmail client for Android phones actualy have this ...


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I finally gave up on the stock email client for Android 4.0 because of this problem and others. Now I use Enhanced Email and I love it. Its screen-real-estate-efficient UI is based on the Gingerbread client and the dev team is very responsive to user suggestions and feedback. And it doesn't kill battery life like Touchdown.


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Summary of comments, as requested by the OP: If your device is running Android 4.x, you can simply go to Settings → Applications → Manage Applications, scroll to the app, oben its entry, and hit the "Disable" button -- et voila, it's "gone", and will no longer appear in any other place. If you need it again at a later point, it will still be at ...


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DISCLAIMER: This is based on the stock email app on a Samsung Galaxy S4. If you click on an email quickly, it opens that email. If you long-press on an email, it selects that email without opening it. Then if you click another email, it also selects that. Now, you have two selected emails. You can then click the delete button to delete both emails.


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I think there is no need to set those settings in the Email app. You only need to set them in e-mail clients where you are getting duplicate copies of the email, provided those clients have a way of setting those settings. If you notice in the image below (from the desktop GMail web app), there is a Sent Mail and an [Imap]/Sent folder. The Sent Mail folder ...


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This depends upon the ROM that you're using. If its stock, you're stuck, for most OEMs don't allow sending big reports as such. If its a google device, or any other device running AOSP, then, the link you've posted is appropriate. Be sure to provide as much related and useful info as possible. If you're running custom ROMs, they'd often provide you with ...


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There are standards for this, as in the XLIST command for IMAP, which has recently been superseded by the Special-Use extension of the IMAP LIST command. Gmail supports these, and Fastmail, and mail clients like Thunderbird and Opera, and even Outlook 2013 apparently. The problem with the Android Mail app (at least for me) is that it doesn't understand these ...


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K-9 Mail allows to choose the "from" mail address when composing a message (or replying to a received message). Click the "from" address field and a pop-up menu will appear which allows you to choose the appropriate account. K-9 supports pop/imap/exchange(via webdav) accounts. Pictures for illustration compose window: account chooser:


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The behavior you described is what I'd expect from an account that uses both IMAP and POP protocols. Your emails are deleted from the server when you open Outlook and sync over POP but when you sync your phone over IMAP it keeps the mails on the server. You can get the desired behavior by switching your outlook sync protocol to IMAP. This keeps the emails ...


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Cache is a kind of temporary storage for faster access to e.g. files loaded via network. In case of an email app, this most likely holds contents that where attached to a mail (like images: you even named a .jpg, that's it), so it doesn't need to be re-loaded via the network each time the user looks up a message (see: Web cache). Also see our cache ...


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You can use Kaiten Mail, an advanced version of K-9 Mail. It supports multiple IMAP, POP3, Exchange 2003/2007 (via WebDAV); but not Exchange ActiveSync. When you reply to a message, you can change the sender. If you click on the header (email address), a "Send as" dialog will popup.


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From the Android stock email app, you can permanently delete emails if you access the trash folder and delete them from there: Select and email to delete and touch the delete icon; Access the Trash folder; Repeat step 1 inside the trash folder for the same email. With this steps, the email gets permanently deleted from your account. I've tested this ...


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If you have root you can do as suggested and use Titanium Backup to remove the stock email app. If you aren't rooted you can remove the duplicate notification by going into the stock email app, settings, and then delete your email account from the app. If you want to keep your account you can also go into your phone settings and find the application ...


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As far as I can tell, no, there is not a way to configure where sent mail is placed using the IMAP email account on the Galaxy S III. There may be a 3rd party email app that can do this, but not the stock one on the S III. As suggested in the comments K-9 Mail does what you want.


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Email APP If you are referring to the APP named "Email", you don't have to make any adjustments, the subscription process is fully automated, I just test. Ps: No options available on this application for that type of settings, perhaps the reason as to why its fully automated and by default in sync. Gmail APP If you are referring to the Gmail APP, you ...


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Does having the sync option enabled for an account literally mean that the account will remain synced with the mail server - regardless of type? The Sync option means your device will connect to the server automatically at established intervals. If your device sees what is on the server or simply download mails depends on which kind of connection you ...


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I have a Samsung Galaxy S2, and i have also got a app called "Email". This was on the phone when i got it, and you can also access gmail trough this app as well as the gmail app. Maybe this app has the function your looking for.


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About your concerns: Connection on air There is nothing that a log out at the end of every session would improve. If you don't use the email client, it won't transfer any data. And if you use it, it will query the server for new email etc. If the client would perform a log out at the end of every use, it just had establish a new connection again. ...



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