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21st February 2014, 01:43 AM   |  #1  
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Well this is an odd one...

I'm trying to set up my Gmail account as Microsoft exchange on the HTC mail app and this is the message I get :

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Not even one person has this problem ?!
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Look here...
https://support.google.com/mail/answer/97150?hl=en

Hope this helps
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Well this is an odd one...

I'm trying to set up my Gmail account as Microsoft exchange on the HTC mail app and this is the message I get :

I have this problem too. After factory restore this message was consistently appearing on my screen.
Didn't have time to look into it more though. Have you managed to fix it?
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Why is Gmail considered an Exchange server? If you are actually using an Exchange ActiveSync server, then there is a limit of 10 devices allowable to be configured to connect as default per user. You will have to clean up some older not in use devices in Outlook OWA. Options > Phone.
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I only use Gmail on two devices , my HTC one and my MacBook. I guess this is because of my old devices.

So the question is how would i remove my old devices from my Gmail account?

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