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    Changing Multiple Email Addresses

    I have a Lenovo ThinkPad and am getting on quite well with it... But I have several email address (a personal one and a couple of work ones). I logged into my personal one and that's fine but I cannot find a way of changing to a work one. I think I could disable the app and then reload it but would prefer a quicker/ easier way to do it!

    Keith

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    You can find a option of log out in the app. there must be log out option in your device. have you try to find it ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by nilofar_iqbal View Post
    You can find a option of log out in the app. there must be log out option in your device. have you try to find it ?
    My point was that I *couldn't* find the log out option, certainly having tried to find it on several occasions.

    After using the HELP within gmail I eventually discovered I'd made an error in that when I added my two other accounts (through SYSTEM SETTINGS) I'd done so under EMAIL (a fairly natural thing to do, I'd have thought!). I went further down the Apps Listing and entered them under GOOGLE (where my personal gmail account was).

    Low and behold when I closed the SYSTEM SETTING and went back into GMAIL my three accounts were all displayed - no need to log out - I can now simply choose which account I want and am immediately swapped into that account.

    It's far easier, in fact, than on the desktop PC (Win7) which *does* require me to log out of one account befor logging into another.

    Keith



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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithHF View Post
    My point was that I *couldn't* find the log out option, certainly having tried to find it on several occasions.

    After using the HELP within gmail I eventually discovered I'd made an error in that when I added my two other accounts (through SYSTEM SETTINGS) I'd done so under EMAIL (a fairly natural thing to do, I'd have thought!). I went further down the Apps Listing and entered them under GOOGLE (where my personal gmail account was).

    Low and behold when I closed the SYSTEM SETTING and went back into GMAIL my three accounts were all displayed - no need to log out - I can now simply choose which account I want and am immediately swapped into that account.

    It's far easier, in fact, than on the desktop PC (Win7) which *does* require me to log out of one account befor logging into another.

    Keith
    Okay, so your problem get solved? or you have more doubts?


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    Yes, problem solved - and, as I said, it's a better way of doing it than on Win7...



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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithHF View Post
    Yes, problem solved - and, as I said, it's a better way of doing it than on Win7...
    Yeah that is better way for you to do it.


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    I am assuming that you're work email addresses are most likely outlook/exchange so go into settings /email // rexchange sync ang plugin5 you're owa / exchange user info and you should be all set.



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