[Users] Unrecognized static network settings

Eric N. cireyapmin at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 11:10:27 CET 2016

Thanks Paul.
Gmail is already set to accept the so called `unsafe apps', that's why
I was able to connect Claws in the first place (through the other
I just also tried with an Outlook.com account, still the connection is refused.
May that be related to the network per se ? If so, how would I
investigate and fix it ?

On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 9:53 AM, Paul <claws at thewildbeast.co.uk> wrote:
> Since it's gmail it could be that you haven't configured your account
> properly on the gmail side.
> In your browser, on the gmail site, you need to set an option that is
> called something like 'allow unsafe apps'.
> What this options actually means is 'allow apps that don't use oAuth2
> authentication'. Those apps could be using SSL, so there's nothing
> inherently 'unsafe' about them.
> Paul

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