Is there any resolve for those issues? If no, is there any list of specific items/differences in 2008 that I should understand, that are different from what you've summarized in your 2004 article? I am using gmail IMAP Settings. Entourage failing to log on to IMAP server Go to Tools > Schedules, and open your "Send & Receive All" schedule. my review here
I guess I don't quite understand where the "root folder" resides. This moves them to the Trash and and it is set to empty when I quit Entourage. If you have a Gmail account that is set up as POP then you can convert it to IMAP without losing any information. Edward March 10, 2009 at 10:36 am Just thought I would say thank you for that helping hand for the less computer gifted people such as myself.
I like to look at my Spam several times (if not more) a day to make sure nothing is getting caught that shouldn't. In the Account Settings section of the Edit Account window, enter the following: Account name: [an easily identifiable name] Name: [your name as you like others to see it] E-mail address: If you don't do this, all messages will be removed from the server and stored locally on your computer.
You should be immediately prompted to log in to your Gmail account. William M. So I think a solution that could work is if you drop email from your pop folder onto a temporary gmail account via IMAP.. I also have a pc laptop and the gmail IMAP setup is working fine.
So if you've gotten used to the [deleted messages] label being applied when you hit the delete key (which essentially becomes an "archive" key) and the message just moves from "inbox" Entourage Error 150 So you're saying this happens with some but not all messages? Thank You: Again, this will be a huge benefit for my future email management! http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_other-mso_mac/imap-error-1025/20e88d8b-e2c4-4fd5-8c1e-dc70da99ed90 Enter your account password (optionally, you can save your password) and then click the OK button.
I also have my ISP's spam filtering enabled on my account. Check that and your rules. What if I want to know more? Jared April 21, 2008 at 9:25 pm Ruby mentioned this earlier, and it is the same problem I am having now, but I never saw a response to that question.
If I create new rules for my IMAP accounts, can they send to these same local folders and if so will these emails no longer be viewable online or from my The server may be down, overloaded, or there may be too much net traffic.". Entourage Error Good luck! Entourage Mail Mac Your Internet connection is the only part of the many hops between you and Gmail that's in your control.
Accessing and setup of a Wireless Gateway Find everything you need to know about setting up your wireless gateway. http://deepfrom.com/entourage-error/entourage-error-116.html However, these options don't seem to be available on IMAP accounts. The screenshots may be for Entourage 2004 but the method to do everything is practically identical. That way the public can benefit from your question and the answers you receive.
If you're connecting to your email account using Entourage 2008, Web Services Edition, when you try to verify your settings, the result pane may list one or more errors. When i forward emails from my other accs (i created folders, then forwards..like you said) they goto spam and not into the folders… Sorry for all this! and then have your REAL gmail account set to just pull email off of that account via pop. get redirected here I tried a few tests, and my gmail account says the transfered e-mail was received in the gmail inbox on the date I transfered it, not the date the e-mail was
Is your network connection reliable? If a message that asks you if you want to allow
If you see this then your attachment has only partially downloaded and you'll need to get the whole thing.
This doesn't seem to happen with all messages I've moved, but it definitely happens with some. Anyone else having this problem and/or found a solution - e.g. I'd like to switch to gmail entirely, for a number of reasons, one of them storage capacity. Aiman Nassar December 18, 2007 at 5:17 am Thank you for your tutorial, yet, I have another problem with Entourage.
First, make sure you're using "[Gmail]" and not "[gmail]". Classier IMAP servers are UID Plus and can do all of that. To solve this problem, uncheck Send commands to server simultaneously. useful reference Premium cloud services.
As for Gmail not working for your friend, that would require he contact Google. After transitioning my accounts to Gmail and IMAP, I am left with a bunch of (local) Entourage folders and subfolders. Smith June 16, 2008 at 5:44 pm This sounds like you have worse troubles than Entourage not working with IMAP. Enable IMAP access and click the Save Changes button.click the Sign out link in the upper right corner of the page.
If you’re connecting to your Office 365 email, the SMTP server name is smtp.office365.com. The POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP server name and other settings you may need to enter are listed on the Settings for POP and IMAP access page under POP setting or IMAP Rather than moving them back to the Inbox have you tried selecting them all and marking them as "Not Spam"? Peter William Smith November 8, 2007 at 9:27 pm Hi Peter!
Rather than trying to troubleshoot with you here I suggest you either post your question in the Microsoft Entourage newsgroup or subscribe to YouTalk. Rgds kev William Smith March 16, 2008 at 7:50 am Hi kev! Just drag messages from one account to the other. Would I want to do all the changes you suggest?
William M. or why on bottom left of status bar, it reads "19485 items displayed, one selected, (account name)/[gmail]/spam" when my spam folder is not selected?