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I have igoogle for home page but cant get from home page to my mail gmail is who i send things thtough, but it just goes around and around, will not go over to my gmail.

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I cant get to my mail from my tamilongo54 account


Go to the Google home page, and click your icon (it's usually a blue person). Then click sign out, and sign in with your new e-mail.

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Make iGoogle Your Startup Page in Microsoft Outlook


If you are a Microsoft Outlook user that regularly uses iGoogle as your dashboard, have you ever thought about combining the two? It's nearly trivial to add your iGoogle page to Outlook and make it the startup page.

Create a new folder by right-clicking anywhere in the folder tree and choosing "New Folder"

Give the folder a relevant name, something like iGoogle works.

Now right-click on the new folder and choose Properties, and then on the Home Page tab, check the box for "Show home page by default for this folder" and put this into the address box:

http://www.google.com/ig

Of course you can use any web page as your startup page, not just iGoogle.


At this point you should be able to see your iGoogle page by just clicking on the folder.

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Open up the Options panel through Tools \ Options on the menu, and then choose the Advanced Options button on the Other tab.

You'll see a setting for "Startup in this folder" with a Browse button next to it. Click that button and choose the iGoogle folder as your startup page.

Now when you startup Outlook, you'll be taken directly to your iGoogle dashboard (you do have to login the first time).

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I have a gmail account, but I can't access it, since IGoogle has disappeared


  • Go to http://mail.google.com
  • Click on "Need Help"
  • Select "I don't know my password"
  • You then need to enter either your Gmail email address or elsea non-Gmail email address you had notified Gmail about when you first signed up.
  • If you select the Gmail address you then need to answer some questions you had previously set up.
Good luck. This does work

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Gmail+google as homepage after unexpected changes


I'm guessing that you're having the same problem as I've been trying to deal with.. I used igoogle as my home page for years... and NOW IT'S GONE... Everything I've tried to replace it with is very disappointing. You're probably like me in that you don't want to simply tell Google to stuff it, because you probably want to keep your g-mail address, and possibly some other things. All Google is going to offer you now is a page with the different Google apps... plus a Google App Store to give you the option of having more apps. .. but, basically you cannot have a Google Home Page as we've known it,... from Google, anyway. I've basically settled on going back to Yahoo, so that I can have a home page like I want. You can, if it's still possible, import your data from most of your Google apps, into a Yahoo account, where they'll show up on your Yahoo Home Page. Yahoo has import options for you to use to accomplish this. You'll need to provide Yahoo with your G-mail address and your password. You'll have to fool with this a while in order to accomplish what you want... but, I consider it, all the way around, to be your best option to spend your time and efforts on. As soon as I'm willing to give up my G-mail address and to redo my Google calenders, I'm going to give Google the one-finger salute and put all my eggs in a different basket.... probably Yahoo.

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Lost my home page.i wish goole to be my home page. it has changed yo bt. why


My home page is igoogle...and I've loved it. BUT, Google is dropping igoogle November 1st and I'll have to figure out something else. It is somewhat suggested that igoogle home page users switch to Google Chrome page and set it up as a home page... and Google doesn't really even seem very excited about THAT. Hmm.. right now, the idea of setting something up with Google Chrome impresses me about as much as kissing my own sister. I'm thinking mostly about switching to Yahoo.... but there are a few others available.. You might want to check this out... http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/6-great-alternatives-igoogle.htm Good luck!!

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I have ask.com as my default when I go out on the Internet. How do I change it to google.com as my default so ask.com does not come up.


go to google.com on the search engine, on the search page it should show a gmail sign up & to the left of the page it should show make google your homepage, just follow the prompts

you can even put a icon on your desktop of google,,when your on your google home page--right click the google name & go to create shortcut, & it should put a shortcut to igoogle on your desktop,,that's what I did

to check to see if igoogle is your home page do the following steps
Go to the start menu
Then to control panel
Network & internet connections
Go to OR PICK A CONTROL PANEL ICON
Click on internet options
The menu should show--internet properties
In the general tab at the top should be home page
Check to see if google is there for home page
If it's not type it in--igoogle & click apply & ok

Sep 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to restore gmail email as home page


this is for windows 7 if you have windows xp send me a comment
go to control panel
click on network & internet icon
choose internet options
it should come up with internet options menu on general tab
home page should be at the top if there's any thing typed in the box delete it
type igoogle & click apply & ok
then go to the google home page & it should show make google homepage & click on it & it will
make google the home page

good luck
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Sep 09, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My google mail on my home page isn't loading.


The only few things I can think of are:

1. Cookies - which you say you cleared
2. Delete browsing History
3. Check to ensure you date and time are correct (windows clock, lower right of screen)

Hope this helps

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For some reason I can't log in to gmail one specific computer


Hi,
perform a browser reset by going into: tools - internet options - advanced - reset.

2. remove all the tool bars from add or remove programs.( like google , yahoo tool bars)

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