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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Find Out The Date When Your Gmail Account Was Created

Anonymous - 00:52

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The day when your mail account was created apparently has no relevance to anyone but it may be of immense importance while dealing with a security threat, copyright or secrecy of information breach. There are two simple ways, following which you will get to know the exact date when your Gmail account was created
1. Checking Welcome Mail : Gmail has sent you a welcome mail the day you created your account. To find the mail go to Inbox. Point your mouse pointer where the number of the mail is shown, for example 1-50 of 1,345. Doing so a menu pops up with two options – ‘Newest’ (invisible if you are in first page) and ‘Oldest’ (invisible if your inbox contains only one page of mail). Click ‘Oldest’, this would take you to the page where your initial mails are. Check out date of the Welcome Mail, if you have not deleted it by now.

2. POP download: Most of us normally delete the welcome mail and the mail that we have received years ago. If so click on the drop down arrow beside settings icon (looks like a wheel, placed at top right corner of the page). Click on ‘Settings’. This would open the settings page with the following options to choose from arranged in a tabular fashion – General, Labels, Inbox, Accounts and Import, Filters, Forwarding and POP/IMAP, Chat, Web Clips, Labs, Offline and Themes, General being the default.
Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP. It will open a page with three sub menus, namely Forwarding, POP Download and IMAP Access. Under POP Downloads check the first line which would be like
1.Status: POP is enabled for all mail that has received since ‘mm/dd/yy’
This is the date when your account was created


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