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Apparently, there's something wrong with the iPhone 6, its configuration is not fully compatible with Exchange settings.
If you delete the notes from the app, then yes, they'll be deleted from Gmail. However, if you just want to take the notes off the iPod, you can just switch off "Notes" for your Gmail account under Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
First of all it's probably a good idea to stop using that memory cleaner app. They aren't necessary these days; if they ever were. The memory systems on modern operating systems are perfectly capable of maintaining themselves. The way these memory cleaner application work is by claiming a huge chunk of RAM, thereby forcing everything not critical out of RAM, ...
First, Chrome uses a lot of memory, especially if you have had it open several days. Usually closing apps helps recover and frees portions of memory, but still keeps some for the very same reason RAM is used. After closing you're apps, you can purge command in your terminal to force disk cache to be purged (flushed and emptied). sudo purge Enter your ...
I assume you deleted the gmail account in Mail.app. Then you recreated it using Mail.app (+) to add new account. I assume you entered the correct IMAP info: Incoming mail imap.gmail.com Outgoing mail smtp.gmail.com You also did the "Enable this Account" in the Mail Preferences Accounts window. You also have the Port: 993 and Use SSL. You do not have ...
On a Mac, in the reply message, notice that the From: line has the down-pointing triangle that indicates that it's a menu. Clicking on it reveals a menu of all the email addresses you have configured. Select the one you want. The response will be sent through the SMTP server you have associated with the account corresponding to that email address. On the ...
That depends on the web site you are on and they email services. In most cases it is not possible to use it as regular email account. You receive emails true they service and then you can replay, but not initiate new email since you do not own the email server.
There are several approaches to transfer iPhone contacts to GMAIL A) from SIM card using iPhone only B) using iTunes C) using vCard file but FIRST you need to establish a sync between your iPhone and GMAIL Set up your GMAIL account on your iPhone for calendar sync: on iPhone open Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars>Add Account> Google enter your ...
Mail.app and Contacts.app have no access to the "Others" group from gmail... however, if you compose all your gmail account messages in Mail.app on iOS or OS X instead of the gmail web client, they will autofill any addresses you have previously sent to.
I had the same problem with Yosemite 10.10.1 and rebooting solved it.
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