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01-Feb-2020 06:10

They’ve all been deleted (or disabled…yet to be determined). What the heck was I thinking trusting so many things to a company who has a ZERO policy: Don’t get me wrong…google provides the best services. But there has to be a safeguard when you’re using a company who will disable such vital information without warning or repercussion. Fortunately for me, I had read a blog post about this a while back so I had written lots of this info down and put it in a drawer thinking I would probably lose the paper before I needed it. It’s not as complete as I’d like (or as complete as google would like as of right now), but I have a lot of info. Right now all my email is just bouncing back to people who email me. First: I learned (again) that with google, there is 1 chance. From now on I’ll have my own domain and have Google Apps handle the email.

I can’t login to my where I had LOTS of documentation for my business. ara=1 which is an account recovery link for if your account has been disabled. WRITE DOWN EVERYTHING THEY ASK FOR THIS HAPPENS TO YOU! In any case, I’ll never know because even IF I get my account back, Google will never tell me what happened. When someone else is in control of your contact location (your email address), when they decide to take it from you, you’re out of luck.

Open Outlook and click File in the top-left corner. If you followed the steps to create an app password above, enter that password here instead of your normal Gmail password.

In the resulting panel, make sure you’re on the Info tab. If you get a failure message, make sure that you typed your password correctly.

If you don’t, Outlook will prompt you to set up a new account when you first open it.

First, you’ll need to enable IMAP in your Gmail settings so Outlook can access your mail. From your inbox, click the Gear icon in the upper-right corner and choose Settings.

If you’re sure you have everything right, you may need to enable access to “less secure” apps on your Google account. You can uncheck the Set up Outlook Mobile on my phone, too box, as you probably already have the Gmail app on your phone.

So I searched: No account found with that email address. Turns out lots of people have had their gmail accounts deleted (or disabled)…with very little success getting them back. Because I have backups of everything, if they disable my account, I can just reconstruct everything.

Google has already said NO to my first request to get my account back. If something goes wrong, there are no warnings, no communication, and very little shot at a second chance. That being said, I still believe google puts out the best products and I’m still using them as I reconstruct my life. Now, if something happens to my account, I just change my DNS settings to somewhere else and my email address doesn’t disappear.

On the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab, you’ll find the settings you need.

Here you can choose between the POP and IMAP protocols Under the IMAP Access section, check the Enable IMAP toggle.

If you’re sure you have everything right, you may need to enable access to “less secure” apps on your Google account. You can uncheck the Set up Outlook Mobile on my phone, too box, as you probably already have the Gmail app on your phone.

So I searched: No account found with that email address. Turns out lots of people have had their gmail accounts deleted (or disabled)…with very little success getting them back. Because I have backups of everything, if they disable my account, I can just reconstruct everything.

Google has already said NO to my first request to get my account back. If something goes wrong, there are no warnings, no communication, and very little shot at a second chance. That being said, I still believe google puts out the best products and I’m still using them as I reconstruct my life. Now, if something happens to my account, I just change my DNS settings to somewhere else and my email address doesn’t disappear.

On the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab, you’ll find the settings you need.

Here you can choose between the POP and IMAP protocols Under the IMAP Access section, check the Enable IMAP toggle.

Maybe you don’t like Gmail’s web interface and prefer a desktop email client, or want to manage your email all in one place.