Posted on 1/27/20091/27/2009 by Jonathan GreeneGmail’s fakefolder While checking to see if my Gmail account’s offline mode had been activated I noticed that I had a new folder over the side … What the heck is the fakefolder?? Not surprisingly, it’s empty. Share this:Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)
8 Replies to “Gmail’s fakefolder”
interesting. Gmail's IMAP settings drive me nuts… I use various devices/applications to check my Gmail via IMAP and each one creates different Draft/Sent/Trash filters/labels. I have tried to make everything I use refer to the same labels with no avail. ug.
They seem to do it their own way … 🙁
I found the same today. Tried to delete it several times and always reappeared.
I changed my password, signed out and removed it again, now it's not there. I think Nokia Email has something to do with it, since is the only IMAP client i've set up with my account.
have to try that … Nokia Email has updated a few times. I use Mail.app on occasion though have never seen it there
same issue with my account. Also Nokia email as a push-mail solution in use….
oh.. i thought it's a Thunderbird bug ..