I'm having problems in getting my new E75 to function with Gmail (I'm using Gmail via IMAP, custom domain and Google Apps) and I'm, therefore, here in order to search some help from more tech-savvy users. The most annoying problem I'm having at the moment is that E75 creates duplicate messages in "sent mail" -folder in Gmail when sending mail from it. I would also be delighted if I could delete messages using my phone so that msges would be moved to Gmail's trash folder instead of "All Mail" -folde. Any advice in getting these functionalities? Thank You!
All in all, I would like to be able to configure E75 mail client to function like a "normal" IMAP client.
Perform the following steps:
I think I found something interesting regarding deleting mails from google. There is a new feature in Google Labs:
could not test it yet, but I hope it will work
Maddmaxx is correct, check this article for more information: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en
A workaround to delete emails from Gmail is to go into Google Labs, enable Advanced IMAP Controls, go to Forwarding and POP/IMAP and switch
We're working on this.
28-05-2009 20:27 - edited 28-05-2009 20:28
I use GMAIL as a gathering point for different email accounts and do not generally send email directly from my GMAIL account. Is there a way to have the sent from address be different my GMAIL address?
Is this being addressed in future releases?
Sorry to say but Nokia has abandoned any attempt to get the E75 working with any MFE (Mail For Exchange) service that isn't Exchange... eg, Google Apps. When I bought the phone, I was advised quite the opposite (in a Nokia shop and by the Nokia team at Mobile World Congress), but this thread, one of the longest on this forum, wended its slow way to the conclusion from Nokia.
Sad state of affairs, leaving many with a device that does not do what they were told it would.