kinda silly, but since Amazon has a faster connection than I have at home, thought I'd try
alpine to see the IMAP performance with Gmail. This is on Ubuntu 16.04 server running on EC2.
I know that the password is correct. I don't have MFA (Multi-Factor Auth) enabled, but checked all through Google's doc's on suspicious activity and checked that insecure apps were enabled. No suspicious activity showed on the Google account page.
Outside of enabling MFA, how would I explicitly "allow" a specific IP address with Gmail? Sort of off-topic, but it is on Ubuntu...
lynx from the instance:
Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More » Account Options email@example.com | Account | Settings | Help | Sign out [warning_exc.gif] You are out of storage space and will soon be unable to send or receive emails until you free up space or purchase additional storage. You are currently viewing Gmail in basic HTML. Switch to standard view | Set basic HTML as default view Gmail by Google ____________________________ Search Mail Search the Web Show search options Create a filter Compose Mail Folders Inbox (364) Starred star Sent Mail