Mind you, I found it later on google, but still pretty crappy way to support an app!Thanks for the help! :-)ReplyDeleteAnonymous19 June, 2010 02:05Adding regedit key worked for me like a Glad to see it does help some people at least :pReplyDeleteAnonymous14 September, 2008 19:08Thanks for your post! Adding a string (not a key) as url (without qutoations obviously) and putting the https address as instructed, and then restarting gmail notifier works great. Reply ↓ Marco Friday, September 19, 2008 at 07:59 thank you very much, i found your blog googling for a Notifier fix. http://kelcours.com/gmail-notifier/gmail-notifier-cannot-connect-to-your-mailbox-service-temporarily-unavailable.html
Thanks… Reply ↓ Muhammad Hossain Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 17:27 Thank you very much. Reply ↓ Adam Friday, February 6, 2009 at 02:00 Worked. Tell a friend about my SEO services…and tell a friend to tell a friend! I had 2007 when it was supposed to be 2009.ReplyDeleteAnonymous25 August, 2009 11:12I switched ISP's and it stopped working.
Simply astonishing. I worked straight away.ReplyDeleteAnonymous26 January, 2010 03:15aha, good to know!ReplyDeleteAnonymous26 January, 2010 16:15Thanks man!ReplyDeletecircle26 January, 2010 17:02Can't believe that this little tips helped so many people...Will keep on!Enjoy :)ReplyDeletekimosha17 February, 2010 Your cache administrator is webmaster. par Yiannis Girod · 6 octobre 2008 Mise à jour le10/6/08Gmail Notifier ne fonctionne plus après que vous ayez activé le protocole https de votre compte Gmail ("Cannot connect to your
After applying your fix, it works again. Didn't put the https setting at the time of this error occuring. But after making the string as said by beddhist, I am now able to see if I have mail without having to sign in all the time. More details at here.
Really?ReplyDeleteKristoffer06 December, 2011 21:23Thank you so much.ReplyDeleteLeon Lalaev01 April, 2012 20:34Thank you so much.ReplyDeleteDexter18 October, 2012 22:09Thanks!!! Helped a lot :DReplyDeleteAnonymous18 September, 2008 10:08You are the man. Too bad all that other crap comes with it.ReplyDeleteweb-developer-central13 May, 2011 01:15Just FYI, Google has updated the binary. Yet I can't image it would take long for Google to prepare a fix for this.
Links My personal blog My website Twitter Shared News Feed #PAGEVIEWS Widgets Intellectual Property Rights Unless otherwise stated, all contents including, but not limited to text and images, originated in this Reply ↓ Jack McKalling Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at 16:45 And then it all stops. So what's the next step to install this patch?? Anyone is welcome to re-distribute, re-publish or create derivative works from them under the license terms.
sooooooo annoyingReplyDeleteEdify29 October, 2008 06:15Thanks, I found this when looking for a solution to my gmail notifier problem.ReplyDeleteAnonymous06 November, 2008 16:05Many thanks. I appreciate the link. :) Reply ↓ jared Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 00:05 thanks for this, changed the registry value myself, crazy that this is still a problem over I uninstalled and re-installed the program several times, but untill today, after reading your post, I was unable to make it work. Cannot connect to your mailbox.
for Mac-specific information.) After you downloa […] Gmail Notifer Patch - Gmail Help Discussion | Google Groups[…] If you’ve tried the new https setting and are using the Gmail Notifier, you’ve this content You are fixed… Want to show gratitude for the fix? Name Mail Website Search It! My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.3/
It should work.ReplyDeleteHotDoc05 January, 2011 02:35great post / and not a warning any where from google on this one. Best of luck! cron.weekly newsletter A weekly newsletter - delivered every Sunday - for Linux sysadmins and open source users. weblink Reply ↓ Matti Sunday, December 27, 2009 at 15:17 @Matt; try to find some info on "regedit" (start > run > regedit), find the key, and change the website URL
You've probably just enabled the latest setting in Gmail: Always use HTTPs. (But good news, there's a fix!) Though this setting is advised (as it is more secure, and less vulnerable Thnx for making my email connection secure!ReplyDeleteAnonymous23 September, 2009 16:25Thanks! More information on the "Always use https" can be found in the GMail blog. *Update*: They've added a quick fix for this issue, where a registry setting is altered so the
It will spill out "An error has occured. Thanks!!ReplyDeletecircle11 September, 2008 00:14You are welcome, all!Actually I didn't invent the fix but only find it somewhere on the web. Anyway, let's thanks this great tool for its service for these few years.More details here:http://googlesystem.blogspot.hk/2014/01/no-more-google-notifier.htmlReplyDeleteMary Martin07 July, 2016 18:41The dedicated Gmail users are so fascinated by the top-notch quality services of I used to fix the problem by refreshing IE's authentication, but now, that doesn't work.
I restarted my pc, I killed explorer.exe and restarted again to refresh the registry, I restarted Notifier, I even reverted back to normal http, but guess what, it didn't work… Reply Thanks! Many... check over here My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages ← Put a Stop to Content Thieves with Tynt Tracer.
Learn more. […] Yiannis Girod Yiannis Girod est administrateur de la société éponyme. fix. My name is Mattias Geniar. that must be it!ReplyDeleteasamoah26 August, 2008 14:04Thanks!!!ReplyDeleteAnonymous03 September, 2008 11:18Woot, I've noticed it was broken for some time, I thought it was my work's content firewall.ReplyDeleteAnonymous10 September, 2008 03:30Wonderful!
Double-click on the file called notifier_https.reg to install it. 4. it worked. just a simple Google search(of course) and i came to your wonderful website for the fix :D I am a happy camper now. Instead, in the flags folder, drag and drop the two registry files that you unzipped.
I don't understand why google doesn't update their application rather than releasing a patch..ReplyDeletecircle30 September, 2008 16:[email protected]: That's actually not hard to explain. Well, luckily there is a fix for this issue -- instead of switching to http:// and leaving your mailbox unsecure you can install a registry entry which will resolve the problem
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