To get around this, you can search for patch files available on the net. Reply ↓ JF Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 14:36 Thanks for the reg. So no way out, I have to gave up the notifier to enhance the security of my account. HTML Tags allowed (e.g. , , ) Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Disclaimer ALL CONTENTS AND INFORMATION IN THIS WEB SITE ARE PROVIDED "AS IT" WITHOUT his comment is here
View my complete profile Wednesday, June 24, 2009 GMail Notifier: "Cannot connect to your mailbox. Will you help me share it on social media? It Works!ReplyDelete.25 September, 2009 05:19Bad ass; I had given up on this and used a firefox plugin but now the plugin isn't working.Thanks!!!I had first had this problem over a year Before having this setting I had to modify the URL to start with "https://" manually each time I was redirected out of the login page, which was quite inconvenient.
it worked. Reply ↓ Chris Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 21:29 Can't believe its almost 4 years down the road from them inplementing the HTTPS option and the notifier still isn't fixed Share this post Did you like this post?
Entrez vos coordonnées ci-dessous ou cliquez sur une icône pour vous connecter: Adresse de messagerie (obligatoire) (adresse strictement confidentielle) Nom (obligatoire) Site web Vous commentez à l'aide de votre compte WordPress.com. let me extract it here for you:http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=9429direct download:http://www.google.com/mail/help/downloads/notifier_https.zipReplyDeleteMarie Monge18 April, 2009 22:00Thank you so much !ReplyDeleteAnonymous23 April, 2009 23:37Thanks a million!ReplyDeleteRyan04 May, 2009 13:29Thanks.ReplyDeleteMartin07 May, 2009 00:05Thanks!!! Powered by Blogger. So what's the next step to install this patch??
Reply ↓ vasek7 Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at 15:51 Don't forget to modify path on 64 bit Windows: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wow6432Node\Google\Gmail\Flags] "url"="https://mail.google.com/mail/" Reply ↓ hosisis Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 19:37 Really?ReplyDeleteKristoffer06 December, 2011 21:23Thank you so much.ReplyDeleteLeon Lalaev01 April, 2012 20:34Thank you so much.ReplyDeleteDexter18 October, 2012 22:09Thanks!!! Solution: Install the https reg patch located here: http://groups.google.com/group/Gmail-Help-Discussion/web/gmail-notifer-patch Keywords: Marked as helpful by 1 user add comment Mark as helpful! 0 comments: © SolutionCottage 2008-2011 11/9/2016 12:39:46 AM Accueil Notes Thanks!!ReplyDeletecircle11 September, 2008 00:14You are welcome, all!Actually I didn't invent the fix but only find it somewhere on the web.
Thank you for posting - this has been bothering me for months!!ReplyDeleteAnonymous10 October, 2010 18:45Perfect thanks mateReplyDeleteThe Swee17 November, 2010 02:48You are the man, thanks for the advice! I still wanted to post for ease of lookup. Voici de quoi le faire fonctionner à nouveau. Despite a lot of options accessible, they stick to Gmail only.
A notification window comes up that says you successfully altered the registry.Exit gmail notifier (if it's open) and restart. 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 Ever.Just a weekly newsletter about Linux and open source. Reply ↓ Matt Morrish Sunday, December 27, 2009 at 14:25 @Matti When I click on "notifier_https" all my computer does is bring up "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Gmail\Flags] "url"="https://mail.google.com/mail/" on the notepad.
The error surfaces when once tends to opt for the https connection option provided in GMail settings. this content More information, see the comments! I uninstalled and re-installed the program several times, but untill today, after reading your post, I was unable to make it work. Accueil Notes diverses internes News WordPress externes Contact Yiannis Girod Informatique Propulsé par WordPress.
then I restarted the Gmail Notifier and it worked... Instead, in the flags folder, drag and drop the two registry files that you unzipped."Yeah, I tried adding a 'url' folder, and that didn't work, so I added a new string Good news for Windows users - we have a small download available that will set the Notifier to use https. […] gmail notifier - Aide sur les autres produits Google | weblink 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
Notifier is now working perfectly with https enabled. Thanks! how to contact gmail Technical supportReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more...
The suggested changes can just be imported into your registry and things should work fine. Just double check you're entering the right username/password.Hope that helps!ReplyDeleteAnonymous19 July, 2011 20:27Yay!! I finally fixed this issue.ReplyDeleteMark30 September, 2008 15:48Thanks! Gmail notifier : Cannot connect to your mailbox.
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. Que faire ? […] Enabling the HTTPS setting - Help Center[…] Gmail Notifier users must download a patch for Notifier to work with this setting. Please try the request again. check over here I guess the problem is, that the notifier does not recognize the setting in the gmail account - weather you have or you don't have the https setting.
Thnx for making my email connection secure!ReplyDeleteAnonymous23 September, 2009 16:25Thanks! Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Thanks!ReplyDeleteAnonymous23 November, 2009 06:02Thanks!! Here's the link to where Google talks about this problem and where you can download a registry patch to automatically do what is suggested above:https://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=9429 Sunday, April 25, 2010 7:21:00 pm
Thanks for this tip.ReplyDeleteAnonymous08 July, 2009 21:12This isn't always the problem. Articles posted are those which I found interesting and would like to share. 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. I'm a Support Manager at Nucleus Hosting in Belgium, a general web geek, public speaker and podcaster.
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 My name is Mattias Geniar.
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