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I am using gmail. my problem is that i cannot have access to my in box, it gives me a lot of error messages when ever i tried to enter my inbox.

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Cannot access my Gmail email messages ,
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Hi,

check this setting in your client.

Settings > General > Open gmail when i click on email links ( check it ) and click on OK.

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I need to read my inbox email. How to read them using google acvount??


Choose your inbox layout
  • Open Gmail.
  • In the top right, click Settings .
  • Click Settings.
  • Click the Inbox tab.
  • In the "Inbox type" section, select Default, Important first, Unread first, Starred first, or Priority Inbox.
To login into your Gmail account, follow the steps given below.Open your favorite browser, enter the URL www.gmail.com.Enter your Google Account username in the Enter Your Email text entry box.Click Next.Enter your password in the text entry box. ... Click Sign in, in order to continue with your gmail login.

What is Google Inbox? www.mirror.co.uk/news/.../what-google-inbox-everything-you-4558691

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Using Gmail as your Universal Inbox


Nowadays most people have more than one email account. If one of yours is a Gmail account, you can use it as your primary inbox to check all your POP3 accounts in your Gmail browser window. But do remember that you can check only other POP3 accounts only. You won’t be able to check Yahoo mail, Windows Live Hotmail, or other such web mail accounts. Also, not all POP3 servers work with Gmail.
Here is what you need to do. Open your Gmail account and click Settings-Accounts. In the ‘Get mail from other accounts‘ section, click Add another mail account. Enter the email address of the account you want to add, and click Next Step.
Enter your username, password and POP3 server. If you want to continue to access the account through a mail client or through the ISP’s own Web interface, in addition to picking up and sending mail in your Gmail account, check Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server. This allows you to read the mail in Gmail, but the mail will remain on the ISP’s server so that you can download it with your standard mail program or read it through the account’s own Web interface. On the other hand, if you plan on accessing the mail for the address only through your Gmail account, you can leave the box unchecked.
Next, check Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail to keep mail snoops at bay. In some instances a POP3 account may not work with an SSL connection: if that is the case, you will have to leave this box unchecked.
If you want all of your incoming messages from the account to carry a label, such as the name of the account, select Label incoming messages. In Gmail, a label works much as a folder does. You can view all mail that carries the same label by clicking the label. Gmail automatically creates a label for the address of the new account. You can select a different label or create a new one by choosing the appropriate entry from the drop-down list. Another option is to have messages bypass your inbox and go straight to your Gmail archive. This would be a good choice if you want to use Gmail primarily for searching through mail. When you’ve made all your selections, click Add Account.
You can compose mail in Gmail and have it appear to the recipient as if it were from the account you just added. When a message appears asking whether you want to create a custom From address, click Yes and follow the instructions.
Gmail will check your account, and any mail sent to either address will appear in your Gmail inbox. To stop Gmail from checking the mail, click Settings-Accounts and choose delete next to the account.

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How can I ahve access to my inbox?


You can access your Gmail account inbox by following the steps below:
1. Go to www.gmail.com
2. Enter your login credentials (your username and password) in appropriate boxes.
3. Click "Sign in". You will be directed to your account.
4. Once you are on your account homepage, click "Inbox" from the menu on the right side of the page to get into your inbox.
In case you are facing issues accessing your account, you can refer to the following links for troubleshooting options:
https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/
https://support.google.com/mail/troubleshooter/2943007?hl=en

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Log in to my gmail accout


Signing in to your Gmail account gives you access to your email messages.
Gmail Web-based email functions as most email services do, with the option for users to send and receive email messages, store contacts and organize messages.

You can opt to store your Gmail login information when signing in so that you do not need to re-enter it each time you access your email.You can access your Gmail account on a computer or a mobile phone.

Open a Web browser window.
Click the address bar and enter "gmail.com." Press the "Enter" key.

Enter your Gmail username and password in the indicated fields.
Check the "Stay Signed In" box to save your username and password for future logins.

Click "Sign In" and wait for your Gmail account to load.

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Googles change my g mail without permission


Many email users know the feeling of having inadvertently clicked the wrong link in their email program. In a moment, they can wipe out hours of work.
Other users have faced the frustrations that result when a mistaken click deletes their entire email history.
Gmail has built safeguards into its email program that will allow a user to recover deleted emails. Gmail also allows a user to recover a deleted Gmail account as long as the core Google account remains active.

Log in to your Google account using your Google username and password.
Go to the Google homepage and click "Sign up for Gmail."
The Gmail sign-up form will open with your former Gmail username in the username field.
Complete the sign-up form and enter your existing Google account password.
Click "Continue."
Your Gmail inbox should appear.
Restoring a Deleted Gmail Email
Open the Gmail inbox page and click "Trash" on the left-hand toolbar.
Click the box next to the message that you would like to restore.
Click the "Move To" button on the Trash box's toolbar, and then click "Inbox" on the dropdown menu.
The deleted message will be restored.
Regain use of Gmail

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Restore my Gmail account


Many email users know the feeling of having inadvertently clicked the wrong link in their email program. In a moment, they can wipe out hours of work.
Other users have faced the frustrations that result when a mistaken click deletes their entire email history.
Gmail has built safeguards into its email program that will allow a user to recover deleted emails. Gmail also allows a user to recover a deleted Gmail account as long as the core Google account remains active.

Log in to your Google account using your Google username and password.
Go to the Google homepage and click "Sign up for Gmail."
The Gmail sign-up form will open with your former Gmail username in the username field.


Complete the sign-up form and enter your existing Google account password. Click "Continue."
Your Gmail inbox should appear.

Restoring a Deleted Gmail Email

Open the Gmail inbox page and click "Trash" on the left-hand toolbar.


Click the box next to the message that you would like to restore.


Click the "Move To" button on the Trash box's toolbar, and then click "Inbox" on the dropdown menu.
The deleted message will be restored.

Regain use of Gmail
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I have a techweb 1 webcam I cant use it on gmail video chat, I can see and hear the other person and they can hear but not see me


Send me your e-mail address and I can send the whole instructions to get it to work. Its to long to put here. I will put part of the info here for you.

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Gmail (mail.google.com) wasn’t the first free, ad-supported, Web-based email service, but it has certainly become one of the more popular options. Invented and maintained by Google, Gmail started out with a bit of exclusivity cachet because would-be users had to wait for existing users to extend them a precious invitation. Today, however, anyone can sign up.

Like its competitors Hotmail (www.hotmail.com) and Yahoo! Mail (mail.yahoo.com), you access Gmail with your Internet browser instead of an email client installed on your PC, such as Microsoft Outlook or Windows Mail. Because Gmail is Web-based, it’s easier to set up than these traditional messaging applications. More importantly, you’ll be able to easily access your Gmail inbox from any computer or Web-enabled phone, with virtually any browser, anywhere you are.

Gmail is generally reliable, but the service has suffered its share of temporary outages over the years. Fortunately, according to 2008 data from Google, the service is only unavailable for an average of about 10 to 15 minutes per month. Of course, Gmail is also inaccessible if your Internet connection is down—but that goes for most other types of email, too.

In this article, we’ll give you a quick tour of Gmail’s major features. After that, we’ll walk you through common tasks such as setting up your own Gmail account, as well as reading, sending, and organizing messages.


A Gtour

As with Google’s home page (www.google.com), Gmail has a distinctive look. Gmail shares its parent’s white background and colorful fonts, although its interface is busier than the one for Google’s search engine. At first, Gmail can be a little confusing for new users who are used to other email applications or services. Still, it doesn’t take long to acclimate yourself to its quirks.


Gmail, like other browser-based email services, is accessible from any PC, Mac, or Internet-enabled cell phone.

The inbox is the first thing you’ll see after you log in to your Gmail account (see the “How To. . .” section below for directions on how to create one). The biggest part of the interface shows you the email awaiting you, sorted by the date and time of the arrival of the initial message in each thread (a series of related messages sent using primarily the Reply or Reply To All commands). Messages you haven’t read yet appear in bold.

Each message entry lists the sender, plus a few additional participants in the thread, if any; the subject line; and a few words from the beginning of the most recent email in the thread. Unlike most email apps, Gmail doesn’t add a new entry at the top of the inbox for every received message. Instead, new mail causes the existing entry to reappear in bold as an unread message.

Gmail periodically updates its display to show new mail, but you can click its Refresh link to check anytime. If you have several pages of emails in your inbox, click the Older or Oldest links to view threads started days or weeks ago.

If you need to find a specific message, use the Search Mail button at the top of the window. Type a search term in the adjacent field, such as Mom, and click Search Mail. Gmail will almost instantaneously produce a list of messages with the word “Mom” in them.

Along the top of the inbox are a few buttons, such as Delete and Report Spam. At this point, these buttons apply only to message threads that you’ve selected by clicking their checkboxes. For example, if you put a check mark in the first thread’s box and then click Report Spam, you’ll simultaneously tell Gmail’s junk mail filter to reconsider the message and send it to Gmail’s Spam folder.


Gmail’s inbox displays email by threads instead of individual messages, so it can show you more conversations on a single page than most email clients or services.

Speaking of folders, you'll find typical email categories along the left side of the screen. These include Inbox, Sent Mail, Trash for deleted messages, Drafts for messages you've composed but haven't sent, and others. Gmail calls these Labels, but they act much like the folders in other email clients.

Under the labels, the Contacts link leads to Gmail’s address book feature. Farther down is a Chat section in which you can initiate an IM (instant messaging) session with other Gmail contacts currently logged in to their accounts.


How To. . .

Time to dig into those common Gmail tasks we mentioned. Here are some step-by-step instructions to help you get started.

Set up an account. If you don’t yet have a Gmail address, point your browser to mail.google.com. Next, click Create An Account. You’ll need to fill in the fields in the Get Started With Gmail online form.


It’s easy to sign up for a Gmail account. Google even helps you pick a strong password.

After you enter your first and last name, type in a Desired Login Name. This is the place to enter the username you would like to use for your Gmail address, as in username@gmail.com (leave out the @gmail.com part). Next, click Check Availability to see whether someone else has already claimed that username for his own. If not, congratulations.

Next, enter a password. It must be at least eight characters long and can have letters, numbers, and other characters. The more varied your password, the better; with the Password Strength graphic, Gmail attempts to show you how difficult your password would be to crack.

If you want to automatically log in to Gmail whenever you visit it, leave the Stay Signed In box checked. If you would rather keep your inbox private, such as on a PC with multiple users, uncheck the box. As for the Enable Web History option—which is selected by default to let Google track your browsing history in order to give you more relevant search results (and ads)—you might want to click the Learn More link before you make a decision.

The Security Question you choose will help Google authenticate you when you’ve forgotten your Gmail password. Choose among the proffered questions or click Write My Own Question and type it in. When you’re ready, type its Answer in the next field. The Secondary Email field lets you specify where Google should send the password reminder, assuming you have another email account.

Next, if you can read the distorted letters in the Word Verification area’s Captcha, type them in the field next to the wheelchair accessibility icon. The Captcha’s purpose is to reduce the chances of spammers using software to automatically sign up for Gmail accounts.

Finally, read the Google Terms Of Service and click I Accept. Create My Account.

Log in. If you didn’t leave the Stay Signed In checkbox enabled when you signed up for your Gmail account, you’ll need to log in to your first session at mail.google.com. In the blue Sign In To Gmail With Your Google Account box, type your username (not your whole email address) and password in the indicated fields. Next, click Sign In.

Read email. Gmail’s reading pane layout can give you pause at first. Once you get used to it, however, you may appreciate how space-saving and convenient it is.

Hope this is of some help. Bud

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Can't access anything on Nokia 6300. It locked up and gives message of: (Message storage memory not ready) No Nokia place around to take it to. Please help!


The phone's memory is full, which causes the error message and lock ups. This error prevents you from freeing up memory by deleting messages.

Try the following (taken from the Nokia support forum): http://discussions.nokia.co.uk/discussions/board/message?board.id=hardware&thread.id=7775

1. Delete unused names/numbers from the address book to free up memory. (Perhaps write down the ones you want to keep for later re-entry)
2. Once a critical threshold is reached the msg inbox indicator will blink on
3. Enter inbox and DELETE as many messages as you can before phone freezes up again
4. If phone freezes or you get the error message again, restart and keep deleting from the phone book until it allows you hassle-free msg inbox access as per normal (but don't forget to continue deleting thos messages).

May 05, 2009 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone

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Gmail access via Web Browser


I have a samsung J700 mobile phone and i want to send and receive photo's or anything downloaded on it,I did try to use from my browser but still cannot receive or send any.And i wanted also to change my alert tone into music from my media player.How to do that?Hope you could help me with this..

sincerely yours
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Problems with messaging


try re inserting your sim card or your sim card was damaged

Mar 11, 2008 | Cell Phones

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