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I've set gmail up on my touch pro2 using IMAP. Everything works great except for the fact that sent emails are not visible in Sent Items folder after I've sent them. I've set Sent Items in my actual gmail account (on the internet) to "show" under advanced IMAP options--and ticked "Keep copies of sent items in Sent Folder" but sent emails are still not showing. I use my gmail for my work so this is a big problem. Your help would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I sent an email this morning and it is not visible in my sent box.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Yes I would like to find out if my gmail a accounts is a IMAP account or Imap so I can set up my tablet email Gmail

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My 'Sent Mail' is always empty. Cannot check who I sent emails to. Why?


The most probable cause would be something in your settings for your web-mail, if that is what you're using, or in the configuration of your email client (e.g. Outlook). Another possibility is security software on your computer automatically clearing your sent folder or the equivalent security setting in web-mail doing the same.

If it's web-mail which you're using then the solution should be fairly simple, at least in terms of where you'll have to hunt and peck for the change in your web-mail configuration. You'll want to start with the help or support section of whatever web-mail service you're using, and probably you'll want to start with the FAQs first and run a search through them.

If you're using an email client on your computer, you'll first want to determine which protocol you're using: IMAP or POP3. IMAP leaves the email you receive on the server, whereas POP3 moves the emails you receive from the server to your computer.

IMAP shouldn't cause you any quirky problems with your sent mail folder, aside from the independent security software I mentioned earlier or explicit settings in your email client.

With the other protocol, POP3, your client is downloading all of your emails and not leaving copies on the server. It is possible that your sent folder is empty, in this scenario, if your email client is looking at the server's sent folder and not your client's sent folder. Hopefully something of this helps you solve your problem.

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2 separate accounts--need to combine


There is a way to automatically send emails sent to one email address to another.
If you want all your gmail to be sent to your yahoo mail, log on to your gmail account first, and then follow the instructions below:

To forward all new emails:

  1. Click the gear in the top right.
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  2. Settings.
  3. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  4. Click Add a forwarding address in the "Forwarding" section.
  5. Enter the email address you want to forward to.
  6. For your security, we'll send a verification email to that address. Open your other email account and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team. If you're having trouble finding it, check your Spam folder.
  7. Click the verification link in that email.
  8. Back in your Gmail account, reload the page in your web browser - look for the reload icon snp_473524eeb211d78ea552b2881d1a3a1e8358_6002871_en_v0.
  9. Forwarding and POP/IMAP page in Settings, check thatForward a copy of incoming mail is selected and your email address is in the drop-down menu.
  10. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages after they're forwarded, such as keep Gmail's copy in the Inbox (recommended) or archive Gmail's copy.
  11. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
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Stop auto-forwarding

If you no longer want to automatically forward your mail, follow these instructions:
  1. Open the Gmail account that you forward from.
  2. Click the gear in the top right.
  3. Settings.
  4. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  5. Select Disable forwarding in the "Forwarding" section.
  6. Click the first drop-down menu after "Forward a copy of incoming mail to" and check for any addresses listed as "(in use by a filter)." To disable the forwarding filter, choose the Remove option.
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I would like to down load oulook express to do my e mails on my note boo I am 70 years old and a little slow with some of these things, I am trying to link this with my desk top up stairs


Understanding and using Microsoft Outlook Express - Download and Install What is Outlook Express? - Free email client Outlook Express is an email client. In non-technical terms, it is a program that lets you send and receive emails from your computer. It is one of the most popular email clients in the world simply because it comes free with Internet Explorer (and the Windows operating system). Now Internet Explorer comes bundled with Windows which is the most popular operating system and it soon became the browser of choice on most desktops since it had some great features when compared to its nearest competition, Netscape Navigator (at that time). So as Internet Explorer became popular the usage of Outlook Express as the default email client increased to make it the leading email program on the Internet.
From where do I get Outlook Express? - It's a free download If you don't have Outlook Express, you can simply download the latest version of Internet Explorer. Outlook Express email client will be installed on your system once you install the browser.
Outlook Express Homepage - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/oe/.
What does Outlook Express actually do? Outlook Express allows you send and receive emails from your computer. The good thing about Outlook Express (or any decent email client from that matter), is that it lets you store the sent and received emails on your system. Thus, Outlook Express acts like a emailing center via which you send, receive, store and collate emails.
What is the difference between Outlook Express and Outlook? Outlook Express, as I mentioned, comes free with Internet Explorer or Windows operating system. It's a lean and mean email client. Microsoft Outlook on the other hand is an email client but comes at a price. To justify the cost of the software, Microsoft Outlook has tons of features and functionalities which are not present in Outlook Express.
How is Outlook Express different from an online email service? The difference between Outlook Express and an online email service such as GMail, Hotmail, Yahoo! etc. is that it lets you browse, read and compose emails from your computer even when you are not connected to the net. To download emails, you do need to connect to the Internet. Email messages are actually stored on your system, so, you can still read the emails you have received and sent in the past. An online email service works ONLY when you are connected to the net.
Another great feature of Outlook Express (and any other email client worth its salt), is that it lets you read and write emails at your leisure. Let us say you are traveling from Philadelphia to Chicago. You download all your emails via Outlook Express in Philadelphia and then board the flight to Chicago. Now when you open your laptop on the plane and start Outlook Express, you can not only read emails but also write replies and compose new emails. Outlook Express will store all these replies and new emails on your system. Now when you arrive at Chicago, connect to the Internet and open Outlook Express, the program will send the stored email messages.
Outlook Express also lets you segregate email messages into folders. For example, all new emails are stored in the Inbox folder, the emails which you have sent to people will be stored in the Sent Items folder and any emails that have yet to be sent are stored in the Outbox folder. In addition to these three folders, Outlook Express has two more folders. These are the Drafts and Deleted Items folders. The Drafts folder stores email messages that you have composed and saved while the Deleted Items folder contains all the deleted emails. [Note: in order to completely delete the emails from your system you need to empty the Deleted Items folder.]
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If you have a web site hosted on a server, most likely the hosting package would come with a few POP3 email accounts. Thus, yourname@yourdomain.com would most likely be a POP3 email.
Can I receive emails from online email services in Outlook Express? Online email services such as Gmail provide free POP3 access to the email account; you should read configure Gmail account on Outlook Express if you want step-by-step instructions on how to do that. Hotmail used to have this feature but it has since discontinued it. Other popular online emails services might charge a small fee for POP3 access.

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