Enable notifications for Inbox:
tap menu icon
tap settings (just above Help & feedback" at bottom of screen
tap your email address
check "New messages" and your choice of Vibrations, Lights, and sound.
Tap "Turn off Gmail notifications" & confirm (if displayed)
Disable notifications in the Gmail app (if "Turn off Gmail notifications" is not ...
There is a free (as in freedom) application Send Reduced, available at the F-Droid repository of free software.
Install F-Droid, install Send Reduced, select your photos, press Share button, select Send Reduced and then select the sharing method. Your photos will be sent reduced in resolution and file size.
I didn't try Matthew's solution but it seems the safer solution to try first.
If that doesn't work though, I deleted the entire conversation from the outbox, having given up on trying to keep the conversation. I was surprised to find that this only deleted the queued message. The rest of the conversation stayed intact in my inbox.
There is no stock option to do this.
Here's what I do, and it works pretty good, but isn't perfect.
Download Reduce Photo Size from the Play store.
When composing an email, click Add Attachment.
A choice of locations will pop up. Choose Reduce Photo Size.
Then choose either Select Image or Take a Photo.
If you click Select Image, then choose Gallery.
Unfortunately, the Stock Android Email app has the IMAP folder names hard-coded in the application, they cannot be changed by the user. The app expects the folders to have the following names:
If your IMAP server uses different names, they are not properly synchronized with the Email app. There are two solutions to this:
From the Gmail web interface, create a rule to give it a label of your choice and skip the inbox. Then, from the Gmail Android app, change the settings for that label to not notify you.
In more detail, the first part is:
Log into Gmail in a browser, and click the settings button (gear icon).
Click the Filters tab, then Create a new filter at the bottom.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the frequency of emails sync using Outlook for Android (see the thread Set sync frequency and quiet times on outlook app).
From the link above:
There are no such settings in the Outlook or OWA apps from the play store
Outlook for Android users have requested the feature on Uservoice. However, it has not been ...
Your employer is informing you of the security you need to implement on your device to access company mails / apps etc. This is a standard practice to endure that company confidential information is not compromised owing to your not having secure lock screen etc. They are not changing it for you. They are asking you to change it. Going by the screenshot, it'...
After some mucking around, I discovered Google (un-intuitively) changed the way you can share photos in the gallery for email and wifi. You now need to do this
Open Gallery > Select Menu button > select "Select Items" > select the share button at the top of screen. All the icons should appear now in the share dialog window.
If you are using Gmail App:
Will notify only selected sub-folder
Select "Manage Labels" Or "Folder sync settings" in Exchange mail
Select Label (Sub-Folder) to get notifications for
Verify Sync is applied (All or last 4 days)
Check "Label notifications"
You can also check "Vibrate" and/or "Notify for every message" as well....
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 ...
With Tasker, you could try this:
Condition: State → Power
Task: Send SMS
(Note that Compose Email / Compose MMS / Compose SMS only open the dialog and let you edit, so you would need to use the Send SMS option to have it automatically sent).
You will need to go into your Google Account settings and revoke issued permissions for any app which you no longer wish to have access to your Google account.
You can review connected apps at https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens?hl=en
From the Email app, press the menu key, then choose Settings. Pick Account settings, then click the account you want to change on the next screen.
After that, you have to scroll to the bottom to get More settings, and to the bottom again to change the Incoming settings and Outgoing settings.
Samsung appears to have taken lessons from Microsoft on hiding ...
There is currently no way of doing it. You can download apps again to the same userid account on different devices, but you cannot transfer those licenses to other userids. So you'll have to rebuy the apps on one account which you wish to keep if you want to stop using both accounts.
What's even worse is that it's not just a combined view; the text messages are actually inserted into your Inbox, so your private text messages sync back to your corporate email account, so they show up in Outlook on your PC, and they're available for your company's Exchange administrators to snoop on! It's probably the most annoying anti-feature I ...
Probably a bit late to the party, but I'm recording this here for posterity. My wife's Xperia Z5 Compact (Android 5.?), as well as my own Samsung S3 (4.3) suffer from this same problem. I've pulled down the source code to the most recent email client, and it appears that the only authentication mechanisms that the native email client supports is PLAIN, ...
Not sure if you've made any headway on this. I was searching for answers for this today and got it figured out. I've got a Galaxy S4, running 4.2.2 I had to open the native email app.
Menu > Settings > Exchange Account with sub folders > More Settings > Folder Sync Settings. From there I think it should be self explanatory.
Not sure what ...
I had the same problem and this is what I did...
Start at your home screen and swipe down from the top to display your notifications. At the top right, tap the gear/wheel (which is settings). Then, tap accounts. Next, email. If you have more than one email on this app, you have to do the following for each email address--I have two on mine.
You will have a ...
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, ...
After a long time of researching I found this useful link:
It seems to be the case that it is not trivial to make android to find the keys. You need to place them in a special folder with a special filename.
But the worst is that samsungs email client ...
You cannot uninstall Email as it's a system app.
Either disable Gmail or Email from Settings->Apps->All .
Or root your phone and then uninstall it using apps like System App Remover
If you can't do either of the above two, just somehow try to logout from either Gmail or Email so as to avoid double mails.
Or if you just don't want those notications alone, ...
Stock Android browser and email app were discontinued since KitKat :
Google puts Android’s stock e-mail app in the Play Store
Android 4.4+ KitKat ships without browser app. OEMs have to license Chrome or build their own
They have been replaced by Gmail and Chrome as commented. Even if you are willing to face security risk to have it installed you can't ...
if you are really interested in installing those previous applications; you may download their apk files from reliable resource and put them in your phone SD card or internal memory.
once done, go to security options in your Android Settings and check Unknown Sources checkbox.
Now open your file Manager application of android phone or download from Playstore....
Direct phone-to-phone data transfer, on sound channel, is today inherently incompatible with the system. Some decades ago, an (even at the time) slow communication was possible by modems (with maximal transfer rate of 56 kb/s). Today the providers use various compression algorithms which optimize the sound transfer (for human voice), but limit the bit rate ...