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To send mail from your gmail account in Ubuntu system test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade apt-get install --reinstall msmtp-mta heirloom-mailx apt-get clean exit nano ~/.mailrc In the open file, paste these lines: set sendmail="/usr/bin/msmtp" set message-sendmail-extra-arguments="-a gmail" ...


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The mail indicator in the top panel won't be visible if no programs are using it. To see whether you have any programs using the mail indicator you'll need to use dconf-editor. If you don't have it installed, you'll need to install it first by opening the terminal and typing sudo apt-get install dconf-editor After which you can run it by pressing ALT+F2 ...


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If we are looking for a freeware application (if not, there is Insync) non-googledrive solutions are to be accepted as an alternative the idea is to have at least as much free space as google drive provides, there is already Megasync client for Linux. 50 GB for a free account and a sync app that, just like Dropbox and GoogleDrive for Windows (and ...


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If there is a SMTP server running on your system, first look up its process id: sudo fuser -4uv -n tcp 25 (assuming it is listening to port 25) If this remains blank, there is no SMTP server. If there is, use ps -ef | grep <PID> to find its command line. Replace <PID> with the process id you found with the fuser command.


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First try enabling access to your Google account for so-called 'less secure apps' on https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps Then, can you share how you have set up your Gmail account? Did you use the general Online Accounts section on the Ubuntu settings screen or did you configure your Gmail account in Evolution manually without it being ...



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