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Gmail on PC, droid phone, and Aesus AT700T

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Hi

I found out that I have emails on my phone or tablet , (not spams , emails I need),
But some of them don't arrive on my PC
(they are not in the spams folder)

Is something wrong with my setting?
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Yes.  There is an option to never remove emails from the server on your tablet and phone which needs to be on.  You shouls also be warned that if you send email on either that want a copy of, you need to cc or bcc yourself or it won't be on your PC.
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Hi I don't find that setting could you send more info or a screen shot ?
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What are the model numbers and manufacturers of the phone and the tablet?
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