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See Google's own documentation: Android [1] iOS [2] BlackBerry [3] Windows Phone [4] Remember to use your full email address, i.e. auggie@augsburg.edu, as your "username". http://go.augsburg.edu/gmailsmartph (keywords: email, andro...
Students at Augsburg are automatically added to mandatory e-mail lists based on their enrolled program. These mandatory lists are used for the distribution of official College communication.Various optional e-mail lists are also available. You may subscri...
This article shows how to modify when you receive your daily spam digest. Note that trap contents are automatically disposed of after 5 days regardless of notification settings. * Login to your spam trap either through the link in the email digest or on...
This article will help you export your contacts from Augsburg's Webmail and import then into Augsburg's Gmail. 1. Click on the Contacts tab on the top of the page. 2. Select all the contacts you want to export by placing a check mark next to them...
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Once your Augsburg email account has been migrated over to Augsburg Gmail, you will have to use the information on the link below to establish a forward going from your Augsburg Gmail account to an external email account. http://support.google.com/m...
How do I find help for Google email, docs, calendar? Click the gear icon in the upper right of any of these services, and choose "Help" Choose "Settings" or "Labs" (where available) for additional options. http://go.augsburg.edu/gappshelp [1] ...
Students who have graduated and now use an alumni email account can check their email at http://mail.alumni.augsburg.edu http://go.augsburg.edu/alumemailLast Modified: 2013/05/08
This article explains how to allow a sender. Allowing a sender means that any email from that email address will be delivered to your InBox even if it looks like spam. If you find that emails from someone are getting caught as spam you should consider all...
If you are concerned that non-spam email messages may get caught in the spam filter while you are not able to check your spam trap, here are two options that are recommended. Option #1: Increase Your Spam Threshold Value To decrease the likelihood a desi...
Google has notified us that about 300 of our users (around 4% of our users) may have been affected by a recent issue in Gmail that caused some actions you took (e.g. deleting a message, marking it as spam, or moving it to a folder) while viewing a message...
This article explains how to release a spam message from your spam trap to your InBox. When you release a message it trains the filter to be more lenient with messages that resemble it. That means in the future similar messages will be less likely to be c...
Here we will walk through a quick way to sort your pending spam messages in your spam filter to find the ones most likely to be messages you may want to deliver to your inbox. Remember that your spam filter will store messages that get held in the pend...
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This article shows how to turn off your daily spam digest. * Login to your spam filter either through the link in the email digest or on Inside Augsburg [1] under Account Utilities and Spam Filtering. * Click on Preferences in the main menu bar. * T...
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