|Subject:||Re: Help with Gmail|
|Date:||Wed, 4 Dec 2019 15:26:48 -0800|
|On Dec 4, 2019, at 12:09 PM, address@hidden wrote:|
Why would they cut you off?
In any case if you have internet access, can you not use
Not ideal but at least you can continue sending/receiving email.
Re: the use of POP, https://support.google.com/a/answer/6089246 says this:
> What happens to my messages in Gmail after they've been popped?
> That depends on which behavior you've selected in the When messages are
> accessed with POP setting in Gmail. You can choose to archive, delete,
> or keep you keep your messages in your inbox.
> • Sign in to your Gmail account.
> • Click the gear in the top right.
> • Select Settings.
> • Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP.
> • Select the drop-down menu next to When messages are accessed
> with POP and choose which setting you prefer.
> • Click Save changes.
> Regardless of which behavior you select, any downloaded message will be
> marked internally as 'popped' and will not be downloaded again. If however,
> your mail client crashes unexpectedly, the message will be re-downloaded.
You can change the behavior to *keep in inbox* at least until you debug this
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