for pop 3 accounts, should "recent:" be added to both email address and username?
Also, if I'm using 2 email clients (phone, thunderbird, etc), do they both need need "recent:" to be added.
I just got my new phone last week and i keep having issues where my contacts disapear. I use Wi-Fi most of the time while at the office. I can go into Phone - Recent / Favorites / Contacts and they will be empty. Text messages and recent calls will not have contact names on them. This will happen in any area, on or off wi-fi. Help!!
I have Imap set up for the same account on thunderbird on pc and on android "Email" App on Nexus 4 Jelly Bean. I send an email from thunderbird on pc with 7 attachments. The email WITH the attachments list appears in the sent box in thunderbird on pc.
A while ago, I signed up for a new Launchpad account with my new(er) email address.
For some reason at the time, it didn't matter to me that my username was "me-0" instead of "kdude63".
I disassociated that email with that account, and linked it with my old account. (which the username is kdude63)
It even says that's my username upon logging in...
I'm giving my customers an email account, and the email accounts are made using XMLApi.
After their email is made, they can login using domain.com:2095, there they have some abilities such as: "Change Password", Forwarding Options, Auto Responders, Configure Mail Client, Email Filtering, Email Trace and also they can select if they want to use "RoundCube", or "
After some recent updates to FB mobile...it is impossible to keep my news feed on "most recent". It always reverts back to "top stories". My question is...Is this a glitch with my phone or is this just another thing FB has done to irritate me? I am new here...so be gentle...lol.
Was going to post this as a bug, but I'll try here first ...
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
(I am assuming since a recent update in the last few days) I find that it is impossible to send an email to more than one receipient. Any attempt to CC, BCC or add multiple 'To:' recipients ends up with a 'dead' send button, and the email. There's no error.