The pdf file for gmail setup contains wrong information. When you get to configure the incoming email, this is what happens.
What I mean is that I’m not receiving any email from IGDORE emails.
I am discussing the book issue with @Gavin.
I am sorry, but this has taken too many hours from me in a period in which I don’t have that many hours. I prefer to not use the igdore email.
I did receive this email from @Enrico.Fucci a while ago. I just tried to set it up again. I know how to do this because I set up many different emails and the procedure is not the one described in the pdf file. When I followed the instructions, I got an error while configuring the SMTP server.
I know it’s random because @Gavin found the email he replied to me long ago from his igdore email and I never received it.
I would like to ask you to please, please, leave this for a couple of months. Dealing with both emails not functioning right now is disrupting my work. It’s been over 50 hours or unsuccessful attempts.
Please remember that I have done this countless times.
Whatever is happening with both IGDORE and the Ronin server is on your side - not mine. My IT guy looked into it and when it’s just random - an email from you might or might not get to me, there is nothing I can do.
However, you can fix your instructions on the PDF file fro gmail setup because it is incorrect.
I have 8 days to finalize the catalog box and book cover. I suggest you let @Gavin deal with this with me.
Dealing with 4 people, different institutional emails that randomly either reach me or not on a deadline is something that is not being healthy to me.
Just please… if you don’t want to use any other email to communicate with me, fine: use the forum. And lets leave it at that.
I can’t deal with this everyday and at the same time try to do my work when it involves communicating with you.
Please accept this: I am giving up. I don’t want to use this email. I can’t receive your emails either. I don’t care what you are going to do. Just contact me here.
This is a bad solution. I’ve seen it happen several times with institutional emails during the past 25 years but I had enough.
It’s any scholar’s worst nightmare to send and email and wait for weeks, not knowing if the recipients got the email or didn’t, or if they replied or didn’t. It doesn’t matter what email I use now, I can’t receive yours.
For reasons neither I nor my IT guy can explain, @Enrico.Fucci 's email with the email instructions was successful. I know Gavin replied to one of the book emails and we verified that I never received it.
I think this is over.
Yesterday I spent at least 3 hours and off with the Ronin people who kept asking me to do things I had already tried. The solution was so simple: all they had to do was invite me to their Slack group to my firstname.lastname@example.org account.