Question about Google Gmail
I use Google Gmail for my business email. I use a MindSpring email account (they merged with EarthLink) for my personal email. Gmail has the Google calendar. When friends send me invitations to my personal email account asking me to connect with something on the Google calendar I hit a brick wall! The link to the invitation includes my personal email account, but according to Google I am signed in with my business email account so there is an error message saying I am not the invitee. As a solution, I tried to add my personal email account to my business one (as a new alternate address), but kept hitting another brick wall! I would get a message that states "[email@example.com] is already associated with another Google Account." I have signed into all my other Google accounts and have removed [firstname.lastname@example.org] as a recovery email address, but this doesn't release that email so I can connect it with my business Gmail account. I'm at wits end! HOW can I benefit from Google Calendar and other Google features if invitations are sent to my non-Google account? Please do not tell me to tell people to send the invitation to my business account. That is not an option. I need to keep my business account free of those kinds of email. I tried calling Google to get an answer, but that company is completely insulated. There is NO WAY to reach ANY live person at their phone numbers. Extremely frustrating. I hope someone here can help me. If so, you will be blessed 100-fold with love and good fortune!
Google theoretically does not allow a person to have two email accounts. However, if you make up a theoretical son or daughter who theoretically lives at your address, Google will allow that theoretical person to have his/her own account. Sometimes it pays to be sneaky. :)
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It sounds like the internet browser you are using saved his login information. Go to Gmail and when you are inside his account you can log off by going to the top right of Gmail and clicking the profile name. You should get a drop down box. Select "sign out". Once it signs out of his account you should be back at the login screen. You can now enter your login information.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2011
you might try clearing the internet cookies off your computer
Go to start
Go to programs
Go to accessories
Go to system tools
Go to disk clean-up
Or here's another
Network & internet options
In the menu you will see the general tab--look for browsing history-click delete & that clears the cookies off your computer
then try again to sign in to your google account--that's what I do when I'm having trouble signing in
Posted on Sep 15, 2011
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to be honest i have no idea as i will not send cash via internet but prefer to use a cheque by post or straight into a bank account ,only suggestion i can make is to pay a visit with a pick axe handle .This always works for me when non payers abound ,make sure no visitors and cut any phone cables also use a high powered CB radio boots of around 500watts and key up with a whistle noise and this will blank out mobile phone signals with a 100ft range of so .another less violent way is to sit them in a chair with wooden floorboards and then some nails and a big hammer then bang a nail onto the floor next to their feet .the disputed amount soon appears from nowhere .
Posted on Oct 29, 2011
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