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Author Topic: [solved] Gmail keeps blocking authentication for 3th party apps: how to trust??  (Read 1041 times)

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How to trust unusual activity with your gmail account??

This has been bugging me for quite some time now :( Today I consider it [solved]).

Whenever I want to give a 3th party access to al my personal emails and information (I'm a slut that way;p), gmail blocks it as unusual activity.

I get an email, but NOWHERE does gmail actually ALLOW that "untrusted" activity  :down:

Today I found an easy solution - I should have looked for myself ;p

With you account options go to: https://www.google.com/settings/security?hl=en

Go to Recent activity --> Review security-related events in your account. --> view all events.

CLICK on an event to enable it. NO other options are available but actually pressing it... Then all is easy ;p

NO Karma and goes into my Why I hate Google article ;p
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Go to Recent activity --> Review security-related events in your account. --> view all events.

CLICK on an event to enable it. NO other options are available but actually pressing it... Then all is easy ;p

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I was also recently discovered this option. ;)

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Go to Recent activity --> Review security-related events in your account. --> view all events.

CLICK on an event to enable it. NO other options are available but actually pressing it... Then all is easy ;p

...

I also recently discovered this option. ;)

<smiles>

Isn't it BAD that we have to DISCOVER this shit??? :s

No karma, period.

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Doesn't quite works for me :c

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Doesn't quite works for me :c


Not a psychic! ;p




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