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Windows 10 Mail App - Weirdness in Setting Up Account


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 11:44 AM

Hello All,

 

          I've dealt with the Windows 10 Mail App before, but have not encountered this issue.  When trying to set up an account, which is a Google account, but for another institution, that is, it doesn't use @gmail.com, but is for @school.edu but is managed by Google.

 

          I got through the account creation and granting the App permission to manipulate e-mail, calendar, etc., then the app closed.

 

          I thought, OK, let me open it again, but I'm back to square one on the create accounts page and if I try to create it again I get a message it already exists, however the, "Ready to go" button remains stippled out, forbidding further progress.

 

          Any insights would be appreciated.

 

 


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