Tag: Gmail

Cannot Verify Server Identity error on iPhone

How To Fix The iPhone “Cannot Verify Server Identity” Error

A pop up just appeared on your iOS device and states that the iPhone “Cannot Verify Server Identity”? Don’t panic and read on to detect the source of this error. It’s usually caused by the Mail app. If the text of the warning informs you that the identity of “imap.gmail.com” cannot be verified, it means…




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How To Troubleshoot The “Cannot Get Mail” Warning Prompt On iPhone

A rare error flashed on my iPhone a few days ago, while trying to check my Inbox. An error prompt displayed on my iOS device stating that “The mail server imap.gmail.com” is not responding. Verify that you have entered the correct account info in Mail settings.” The only option was to tap OK and acknowledge…




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Gmail For iOS Gets 3 New Features And A Complete Redesign From Google

Google has just released version 5.0.3 for its iOS edition of Gmail. It’s an update that provides a complete redesign of the popular emailing app, as well as the addition of three new features. All of them are welcomed and represent three more reasons to make Gmail for iOS your primary iPhone or iPad mailing…




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Inbox by Gmail Now Available For All iOS Users

Google has made its revolutionary Inbox app, available for all iOS users. The switch comes after the preliminary launch, that promoted only an invitation based access for using and testing out Gmail‘s new application. This new piece of software is intended to help you better organize your mail conversations, highlighting the important stuff and notifying…




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Enable The Swipe To Trash iOS Mail Gesture

It’s common nowadays to own a crowded email account. If you’re an iPhone or iPad user which added his Gmail account to the built-in iOS Mail app, you might be annoyed that the swipe-left gesture doesn’t delete the selected mail. Instead, this shortcut sends the selected entry to the Archive. Basically your message remains unscathed…