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me too.long ago (long before i boycotted them)
its google that i block, all of it. use other services now.
someone stole mine. (i was like first customer #10 then)
my fault for simple password.
it was,email@example.com.... (near)
i have lots of cute emails like that. but now huge pw.
today have own email server. so dont need them.
so what to do.? gee call them>
well gmail has lost pw. procedure, if you had only looked
there are 2 ways
1; answer secret questions. you set up ,3 questions?
2: ;get SMS on CELL, get code and use it to reset
why ask us, ask THEM they change rules there like SOCKS.
Check all email systems may have sent you an email on an email address linked to your payment system used rather than the email typed into the Walmart site. If still in trouble email walmart online support
The issue that originally caused the error "imap.gmail.com is not responding" on several accounts has now been resolved, so I'm closing this thread since it's extremely long and most of the recent posts aren't related to the original issue. If you still have an issue with your IMAP connection, please feel free to start a new post. It will help if you an also include the following information so the community can help you troubleshoot.
If you've upgraded to iOS, try removing and then recreating the account and that's been doing the trick.
Try logging into your account through the web and make sure nothing is wrong with your username, password or general access.
A good rule of thumb is that if you're having an IMAP issue on only one device or with one email client, then it's most likely settings and not an issue with your account. If you're getting the same error across devices and email clients (Apple Mail, iOS, Outlook, Thunderbird, etc), then it might be something else. If you only use one device/email client, try a second to help narrow down if it's just the settings.
you remember your original email id which connected by the email so login with you email id and click it forget password FB ask about your secret question tell him secret question with answer they send you password in your working email when you used in Facebook.com hope your understand
1. Google will email you your password to the original email account you created your gmail account with.
2. Answer the secret question.
3. If you fail or cannot do either steps 2 or 3 above you need to answer questions specifically related to the gmail account to prove that you are the original owner. They want very detailed answers and if you satisfy their requirements, they will email or reset your password to an alternate email address you provide them for contacting.
Click on the :forgot password: link at the top right of the screen....enter the new email address you are using now and then click on the reset password button...Facebook will send you an email with a link to reset your password...use the new password to log in and write it down so you don't forget this time...When you changed your email address to the new email address that you want to use, did you confirm the change after receiving the original Facebook email?
Ok, 2 simple ways
1, right click on picture and choose compress and email from the drop down menu, email program should open with compressed picture attached ready to send.
2, have picture folder and email program open so you can see both windows at once, (not maximised) then left click and hold on the picture and drag & drop to email. simple!
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