How Can I Forward Yahoo Mail To My Gmail new Account? Access 24 Best Answers & On April 14th of this year UA President Johnsen announced his desire that all UA campuses begin to use Google Apps for Education for email and calendaring within 30 days. Due to the complexities of transitioning an institution as large as UAA, concerns about proper handling of personal health information (PHI) that may transit our information systems, and to ensure that no data would be lost, UAA leadership requested an extension. Since then, IT staff have been diligently researching and planning a path to successfully meet our collective goal. If you change the email address of a Lead or Contact in CRM, the previously fetched emails (with the old email address) will not be available in CRM. Only the new emails (with the new email address) will be fetched in CRM and if you had enabled the email sharing option earlier, then that option would get disabled. You have to enable the email sharing option again for that particular lead or contact. The older emails will however be available in Zoho Mail. everytime i change from one email account to another, it says, your login session has expired!” it never use to do this! it just started a few days ago… i have tried everything… i reset the time, and it worked for a while… then it went back.. i cleaned the cookies, everything… i even called apple/macintosh, and they helped me clean/reset a few things… and my friend who is a computer genious helped me go through everything.. it worked for a while.. and now it is saying, your login session has expired!” - by mike k. As to your second question, the whole concept of using authentication for the outgoing mail server is to prevent spammers from abusing that server to send spam and virus email. In the early email days, before spam and viruses were so prevalent, outgoing mail servers could pretty much be accessed by anyone. But as spam and viruses got worse, one trick used by the spammers to make it difficult to trace them was that they'd send their outgoing spam through a different company's mail server. Email hosting companies realized that they needed to make sure their outgoing servers were only accessible to their own customers. For more check Create Gmail account Sorry for my delay in reply. Summer vacations are in full effect. Anyway, I do not completely understand Oauth2 either. It is a new security standard that Google has implemented. From the research I have done, Apple has implemented Oauth2 support for the iOS version of Mail but not the OS X version of Mail. So at this time, the only option for desktop Macs is to goto your Google preferences and choose the Allow option for the Less Secure Apps preference. There is an expectation that Apple will implement it in OS X in a later version of Yosemite. In an above comment, Jason says they already have, but I can not find any proof of it online.