[access-uk] Re: G mail

  • From: "Negoslav Sabev" <negi4a@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2011 20:20:23 +0300

I see you are using OE. Here some instructions:
1. Make sure you're in the main OE window. 
2. Press alt t, followed by the letter a to bring up the accounts dialogue box. 
3. Select the GMail account, then press alt p. The selected account's 
properties dialogue box will appear. 
4. Control tab to the servers page. 
5. Tab to the account name edit field, press home to move to the beginning, and 
type "recent:", without quotes or a space after the colon. 
6. Press enter on the apply button. 
7. Tab to the OK button and press enter. 

This is right from gmail help site. It's the original idea standing behind all 
this "recent" thing.

What is 'recent mode?'

If you're accessing Gmail on multiple clients through POP, Gmail's 'recent 
mode' makes sure that all messages are made available to each client, rather
than only to the first client to access new mail.

Recent mode fetches the last 30 days of mail, regardless of whether it's been 
sent to another POP client already.

Setting up 'recent mode'

In your POP client settings, replace 'username@xxxxxxxxx' in the 'Username' or 
'Email' field with 'recent:username@xxxxxxxxx'

Once you enable recent mode, please be sure to configure your POP client to 
leave messages on the server according to the instructions below:

list of 3 items
. Outlook or Outlook Express: on the Advanced tab, check the box next to 'Leave 
a copy of messages on the server.'
. Apple Mail: on the Advanced tab, remove the check next to 'Remove copy from 
server after retrieving a message.'
. Thunderbird: on the Server Settings tab, check the box next to 'Leave 
messages on server.'
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Beasley" <pjbeasley23@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2011 3:11 PM
Subject: [access-uk] G mail

> This question is for anyone who uses g mail as their e-mail provider. When
> I post a message to any list that I happen to be subscribed to, I do not
> receive that message but have to wait for someone to reply to it. Is this
> something that is pecuaiar to g mail and if so, is there a way to sort it.
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