Go to your gmail, then go to settings and disable this feature selecting on general TAB >> "Don't always use http"
About the Gmail Notifier
The Gmail Notifier is a downloadable application that alerts you whenever you have new Gmail messages. (Mac users, please read What is Google Notifier?
for Mac-specific information.) After you download the Notifier, an icon will appear in your system tray (so you don't have to open a browser) to let you know if you have unread Gmail messages.
Once you install the Notifier, you'll be able to:
- Automatically check for new messages every two minutes.
- See a snippet of text from up to 30 unread messages.
- Select a sound to indicate when you have new mail.
- Make Gmail your default email application.
To use the Gmail Notifier, you need Windows 2000, Windows XP, or a more recent version of Windows. (Download the Notifier
The Notifier is not compatible with Windows ME at this time, but we look forward to offering support for more operating systems in the future.
The Notifier is currently available in English only.
If you have an idea for improving the Notifier, please click the 'Contact Us' link in the Gmail Help Center and send us your idea using the suggestions form. But before you do, please check out some of the things we're already working on
If you've enabled the 'Always use https
' setting in Gmail, you'll need to install a patch for the Notifier to work with this setting:
- Download the patch (.zip).
- Open the folder.
- Double-click the notifier_https.reg file.
- Click yes when you're asked to confirm if you want to add the information to the registry.
- Restart the Notifier.
If you decide you no longer want to use the https setting, you'll need to install the other file included in the download to reset the Notifier. Use the same method as above, except with 'notifier_https_undo.reg.'