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goog gmail how to never miss an unread email again

goog gmail how to never miss an unread email again


  • inbox | inbox type | unread first

you can also remove the pesky snoozed and important folders by clicking

  • settings | labels | snoozed=hide important=hide



Regular, Legacy (free), NFP and Paid For Google (Apps) Accounts

Personal / Regular / Individual /SIngle User Google Accounts

Legacy Google Apps Account (only free before 2013)

In the legacy free edition of Google Apps, secondary domains are not supported. The legacy free edition of Google Apps only supports domain aliases. All the other restrictions tied to domain aliases apply.

NFP Google Apps Account

If you are a UK NFP you will first need to register with TechSoup / TT Exchange

TT Exchange also give you discounts for NFP on other IT offerings

Google Apps for Work and Google Apps Unlimited are PAID for services see

goog apps email quickstart

to start using free goog apps email you’ll first need an email address outside of your domain to create a master admin account – so get one from mail.gmail.com or mail.yahoo.com

check you domain provider gives you full DNS control if not transfer your domain to one that does such as 123-reg, domainmonster or godaddy

next verify your domain ownership by setting a DNS record


next change your DNS MX records


wait 48 hours and you emails should now be arriving in your goog apps gmail inbox

googlemail UK becomes gmail UK

Google Mail is becoming Gmail in the UK but if you are using an android think before you say YES to switch from yourname @googlemail to yourname @gmail because you will need to soft FACTORY RESET your android via the settings privacy menu to change the goog account associated with your mobile !

It might also be useful to FIRST backup all your android apps to your SD card by download and running the Linda File Manager android app !

By the way this is the SECOND time I've had to factory reboot / factory reset my android in a week. The first time was because i loaded too many apps onto my phone (and ignored the low memory < 20M) warnings which caused my android nexus mobile phone to completely LOCK UP everytime i turned it on!

The only way to recover from a locked endlessly booting android is to perform a hard FACTORY RESET !

  • Press and keep pressing VOL- button (or the trackball button)
  • Press the POWER button
  • Choose BOOT options
  • Reboot android 

I also noticed Linda Backup didnt backup my "paid for" apps and recover your apps from SD card you'll have to enable install apps from unknown sources (ie your SD card). Luckily google android marketplace seems to remember which apps you have "paid for" and lets you download them again even after a soft factory reset !

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