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It's a Gmail "thing", not an Ubuntu "thing". Try a different browser or a different device (like a phone). Cookies only helps the browser to remember the password next time you log in. The correct password should work every time. Check the CapsLock key and the keyboard layout. If you're using other language than default english as keyboard language, the keys ...


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Thank you for you answer. Yesterday i've googled arround a bit and found the same answer as you. Now i've installed evolution-ews on my brand new installation of ubuntu 16.04. After that i configured the profile and started evolution. But there is a bug after the first start and evolution will not display the new profile. After i have restarted ubuntu and ...


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(i'm also from austria! ;-) ) i looked a little bit around, and found that evolution-mapi was deprecated. so it won't come back to the ubuntu repositories. after reading a bit further the german wikipedia says evolution-mapi was integrated into evolution 2.26 and also the english wikipedia says evolution-ews is now recommended.


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Thanks everybody, I did not setup a reverse DNS I see the option in my VPS provider but I don't know how to do it and I thought was not necessary because worked well with a lot of mail domains, this is my domain carindustry.com.ar I placed the DNS records in namecheap.com, what should I put in the reverse DNS??


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I'd like to provide a better answer, but without knowing how you're doing DNS (for example, using godaddy or someone) I can't say exactly how it's done, but I can say that you need to configure DNS with forward and reverse pointers for your domain and IP address. See here and read through Step 1: DNS Setup. You may be lacking the PTR record for your ...


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Your e-mail server is trying to connect to gmail over IPv6. According to the error message, you have no PTR record for IPv6 pointing to your server. If you can create PTR records yourself, you should do that. If you can't, you'll have to ask your server provider. An example PTR record is this: ...



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