Simply repeat the above steps but open the Calendar app instead of the Mail app. Can you post a picture of it? Please help me fix this. Let me help you in fixing this issue. Sync Google with Calendar and People Apps Now that you have your Mail app setup in Windows 10, all you have to do is open the Calendar and People apps to see your Google calendars and Google contacts. How am I supposed to make this account work for my gmail account? In our case, we will select Google. Windows 10: Unable to setup gmail account on mail app windows 10, error code: 0x8000000b Discus and support Unable to setup gmail account on mail app windows 10, error code: 0x8000000b in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hi, Quite frustrated, my brand new laptop has arrived.
More Windows 10 app posts you might find helpful:. My Microsoft account was created with a gmail address. However, when the mail app first set up my account, it somehow thinks my gmail account is my Microsoft account. It doesn't seem like there's a fix for it, that I can find, on the user side. Other browsers have similar options.
Below that, you can change how often to sync your contacts and calendars and how far back you want to download email from. Are other apps working fine in Windows 10? Each time I enter my information for it to link, I receive the error code x8000000b. Thanks Where did you get that message about mail app isn't supported? It's Android phone so i just connect to my google user. Oh, and what kind of phone are you using if we will dig into this. However, before Windows 10, I had no other option other than using Outlook or keeping one tab open in Chrome all the time for my email. Select Add account and select Google from the options list.
You'd think it would be fixed by now? Have you configured your Google Account as one of the email accounts in the Mail App? For this post, for example, it will read something like pinkeyegraphics. What is the Start menu? The Mail app will open the right sidebar. Can anyone help me out here?. All of the email from your Gmail inbox should now show up inside the Mail app. If you find the content useful, please sign up to my email list to receive an email when new content gets published. You can add things to the taskbar so you can easily find them.
I back to the mail app not support two step verification---- i think it's not right because the mail open and get the gmail mails so the issue is not in gmail user. This will work on any desktop Windows computer, but not phones or tablets. There is no official Gmail app from Google for Outlook App in Windows 10 or even for earlier versions. If you want to change the look of your new shortcuts, you will need to download icons that look good though, as otherwise all the shortcuts will look the same. Don't apologize for a issue you have no knowledge on why that email app is malfunctioning the way it is.
I have downloaded and used a couple though. The gmail account is obviously a separate account. Choose one of those options and Gmail should appear on the taskbar or Start menu automatically. This should work for Windows 10 and all earlier versions. Ok, so if you got that working you can do some more. For all of this to work, Microsoft says it has to sync a copy of your email, calendar, and contacts to its servers.
The best part for me, however, is that the apps look really slick and I actually like using them. The taskbar is the line of icons that is usually at the bottom of your screen. The new features are rolling out now to those in the Windows Insider program and will be coming to everyone in the near future. If the left sidebar is not already expanded, you can expand it by clicking on the three horizontal lines at the top left. It sounds like my problem is very similar? Admit, this is not my strongest point - phones, but like any other mail app, it can mark message as read and or preventing notification on other devices. I can't delete the account.
Now, the mail app will open the web page of the selected email service provider in a small window. The Start menu is the list of programs and apps that pops up when you click the Windows icon at the very bottom left of your screen, or press the Windows key on your keyboard. If you know how to do that, go ahead. The top result should be Mail — Trusted Microsoft Store app. Hi, Quite frustrated, my brand new laptop has arrived. Clicking that option will load the Gmail sync settings dialog.