locked Re: NVDA marking messages as read in third-party E-mail applications
I already commented and asked a question but it appears that the e=-mail provider is somehow providing its own partnership with GMail. AT&T, my provider, used to have some sort of partnership with Yahoo Mail. I don't want my e-mail tied to a provider in case I change at some point. I use GMail for almost all my mail now, my own direct subscription.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If you want to continue the discussion, I am on the chat list and of course, Brian is on it as well.
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Saturday, October 31, 2020 7:23 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA marking messages as read in third-party E-mail applications
This is almost certainly an issue with using Windows Live Mail with Gmail, not NVDA or JAWS related. I do not know whether turning on the "Allow Less Secure Apps" setting on Google will allow Windows Live Mail access again or not. If you're using 2-factor-authorization it won't, that would need to be off, too.
But, in any case, I recommended Windows Live Mail 2012 as a simple e-mail client well beyond its end of support date, but don't anymore. And that's because it has been exhibiting anything from "increasing inconsistency" through outright failure to work with a number of different e-mail service providers in recent months. If you intend to keep using an e-mail client I strongly advise you to look into one that is currently supported.
I will allow this topic to remain open for the moment, because Gene may have some parting advice, and you may wish to reply to it. But after that, if that transpires, I will lock the topic, as it is virtually certain that this has absolutely nothing to do with NVDA or any other screen reader, for that matter.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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