As you are now working of the [Gmail] root folder in Outlook, you’ll see all your Labels directly under your main mailbox.This might end up being a long list and make the Gmail “system folders” harder to recognize in the web interface of Gmail.
Enter your email address and password and Outlook will find the account information.For more information, see MSN (and Hotmail) Access Denied? Note: You need to use Outlook 2007 and newer with all updates installed to connect using Exchange services once your account is moved to the new servers.If Auto Account Setup doesn't work for an email address, you'll need to configure the account manually using POP3 or IMAP and SMTP.(Microsoft hasn't set a specific date.) Currently, you can make the switch on your own, but if you choose not do so between now and this summer, Microsoft has said that they will be automatically moving all remaining users to Now I don't know about you, but I hate to have things automatically changed for me. If you are like me and would rather make the move from to yourself, you need to know that there are two ways that you can make the move.You can upgrade your existing account to or you can start fresh and create a new The method that you use will depend on how attached you are to your account.In that case, you’ll have to rename the “INBOX” part of the label to “Inbox” in the Gmail web interface and restart Outlook. Well, if you are also often using the web interface of Gmail and are a heavy user of Labels, I’d say it is not very useful at all.If you are a user, then you have probably heard that Microsoft will be closing the doors on and moving all of its users over to the new sometime this summer.Once the mailbox is rooted to the [Gmail] folder, and since the Inbox folder lives outside it, unfortunately it is not possible anymore to create or access subfolders directly under the Inbox folder as you would be able to if it wasn’t rooted.Trying to create a subfolder for the Inbox folder will then result in the following error; Note: This is only required for any folder which should be a direct subfolder of the Inbox folder.