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I entered in my GMail account and the webapp prompted in Firefox. I accepted and now, I want to change the GMail webapp account, but there is no option and, inside the "online accounts" from system config, there is no GMail configuration. Could you tell me how to change account or delete them?

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See if Ubuntu Web Apps is listed here: If it is, remove it.


Run the command:


Find 'allowed domains' in com → canonical → unity → webapps

Remove from the entry.

Visit gmail again, using the new account this time, and it'll ask you again to enable it.

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I have checked and there is no package unity-webapps-preview, and I have not installed unity-webapps. – jchanam Oct 23 '12 at 8:18
@jchanam Please check the update. – TomKat Oct 23 '12 at 8:32
Has anyone got this method to work with a business apps account? – Mark Ferree Feb 22 '13 at 17:31
@MarkFerree It works on Google Apps as well. If it worked for you, please upvote & accept the Answer. Thanks. Check this too: Can I integrate the gmail ubuntu webapp with a google apps domain? – TomKat Sep 5 '13 at 10:03

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