Windows 10: multiple gmail accounts??

Discus and support multiple gmail accounts?? in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; I have a Google gmail account that I've had for decades on my 14-yo PC that runs Windows 10. Several months ago a local neighborhood forum became... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by ElizabethTempletonVT, Jan 9, 2021.

  1. multiple gmail accounts??


    I have a Google gmail account that I've had for decades on my 14-yo PC that runs Windows 10. Several months ago a local neighborhood forum became available but it seems to run through microsoft? mail which doesn't communicate with gmail at all. I also have a brand new Apple phone, and now the forum mail says my account settings are out of date.


    Can someone explain why I have apparently two mail accounts, and what the best practices are when you can get email on both a PC and a cell phone, and then there's the neighborhood forum that acts like a diifferent "device" entirely?


    THank you.

    :)
     
    ElizabethTempletonVT, Jan 9, 2021
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  2. Gmail leaves your account open to spammers

    A new flaw has been exposed in Google’s Gmail service which could allow hackers to get hold of your contacts. When you log into your Gmail (Googlemail in some countries) account, Google will put your details into a JavaScript file. Because of this, if you browse other websites whilst logged into your account, any of them could potentially declare the function “google” and be able to get hold of all of your contacts. The only two ways to ensure your privacy is safe are to disable JavaScript in all websites except those you trust or to not browse other sites whilst logged into any Google service. Admittedly Gmail is still only a beta, but a fault like this could be quite serious.

    Update: Disabling JavaScript did not solve this problem, however it appears that Google has now fixed this issue and your contacts list should be safe.

    Source: Engadget
     
    Jimmy 2004, Jan 9, 2021
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  3. Unable to add Gmail account in Mail app

    Hi,



    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.



    We understand the concern as you are trying to add Yahoo/Gmail email account in Mail app.
    In order to get clarity and to assist you accordingly, please reply with the answers to the questions below:



    • What is the Version and Build of Windows 10 currently installed? (Type
      winver in Windows search/Run command)
    • What is the Version of Mail app installed?
    • Do you have any non-Microsoft Antivirus/security program installed?
    • Are you aware of any changes on the PC prior to this issue?


    Meanwhile, we would suggest you to perform these steps and check if that helps.



    Steps to add Yahoo email in Mail app.

    1. In yahoo mails account security, click on manage app passwords.
    2. After selecting other app and entering the new app name in the text box
    3. Now, in Windows 10 mail app, add this type of account.
    4. In Windows 10 mail app, enter your details and the password generated by step 2


    Steps to add Gmail email in Mail app

    Step 1: Connect your Google account to PC

    1. Go to the Security section of your Google account
    2. Under Connected
      apps
      and sites, go to Apps
      connected to your account
    3. Make sure that Windows is on the list


    Step 2: Enable IMAP on your Google account

    1. Sign in to Gmail
    2. Click the gear in the top right
    3. Select Settings
    4. Click Forwarding
      and POP/IMAP

    5. Select Enable IMAP
    6. Click Save Changes


    Step 3: Add Gmail account.

    1. Open Mail app.
    2. Click on the gear icon to open settings.
    3. Click on Manage account.
    4. Click on Add account.
    5. Now select Google and check if you are able to add the account.


    Regards,



    Aditya Roy

    Microsoft Community – Moderator
     
    Aditya_Roy, Jan 9, 2021
    #3
  4. Munki Win User

    multiple gmail accounts??

    GUIDE:How to transfer contacts from Microsoft Outlook to Gmail

    I'm sitting here in the office, its the end of the year in the school system, and several employees transferring to alternative counties. With this it brings loads of transferring contacts to take with them from their company phone. Well, this one in particular sparked a guide idea. So here it is, How to transfer Outlook contacts to your Gmail account.


    Step 1: Sign in to your outlook account.
    step 2 In the top left hand corner click File > Import/Export > Export to file > Browse to desired place to save your file > export. Be sure you export the file as .csv (comma separated values)
    Step 3 Log into your Gmail account
    Step 4 Select 'Contacts' In the subsection you will see a 'Import' button on the right-hand side. Click it.
    Step 5 Browse to the location where you saved it > Open it > Click Import.



    I would have provided pictures, but I use neither Outlook or Gmail. Hope someone somewhere gets some use from this. *Toast :toast:


    =Munki=
     
    Munki, Jan 9, 2021
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