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Using IMAP instead of the Gmail configurator is the best current solution, at least for iOS 7. See this nice blog post, courtesy of Nathan Jones, that provides a detailed solution with screenshots. From Nathan's blog post (step 12): Touch Add Another Email… to add as many e-mails as you want. (Remember these have to be preauthorized by Google.) Once ...


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You don't have to have them all in IMAP when you create the sub folders and sort emails into them. Instead of creating those sub folders under "ON MY MAC", you can create them under "ICLOUD". As long as your computers and devices are iCloud enabled, they all share the folders in ICLOUD. Just bring mouse over ICLOUD and you will see "Show" shows up on the ...


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I run a list (upwards of 300 names) and have been stymied by this as well when needing to send an email on the run ("Hey--we're still playing disc today...") My work around is to save a draft letter (from the web app) with the BCC filled in with my group members. I just leave the letter sitting in "Drafts". Then when I need to send a quick email using my ...


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Don't set the 2 factor app-specific password you generate in Google on the Preferences → Account screen first. Go to the outgoing mail server settings first, set it there and come back to the main account setting and rekey that password. Surprisingly, this stupid gymnastics with the setting worked for me!


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There is an easier way to do this. Pull up your contacts in Gmail, select the "more" botton, click the export contacts option, it will give you the option to export them as vCards. Export as vCards to the desktop. Pull up mac contacts, click import and select the file you dropped on the desktop. You are done.


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I've spent way too many hours on this. As of Today July 10th 2014, if you are on IOS 6, the only FREE solution available to have that precious PUSH instant notification and yet manage the sound alerts without having a slow app (or something that will drain your battery), is to have both Altamail and Gmail installed for 2 different purposes. I've installed ...


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I had the same problem and I discovered that under Preferences>Accounts>Mailbox Behaviors you can disable the "store junk messages on server" setting for each account and that seems to hide the junk mail that was apparently not visible in previous versions of Mail.



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