On my PC I use MS Outlook with my GMail POP3 account and use the recent: prefix to make it behave like my other PO3 email accounts by downloading the emails to each device. For some reason GMail is the only provider that seems to want to make their POP3 behave like IMAP and stop it from downloading more than once.
Unfortunately my phone won't accommodate the recent: prefix and so it doesn't always get my emails, and other times it loses them before I even get to see them. I think it's because my Windows 10 Mail snaffles the email, marks it as downloaded, and therefore prevents me from accessing it on my phone.
The reason I suspect Windows 10 Mail is because notification of my emails appears on the Windows 10 notification list (I would rather it didn't but that's another question). I have tried going into Windows Mail, selecting Accounts (where it tells me to click on the account you want to change) but nothing happens so I suspect Windows 10 Mail isn't working anyway.
Is there any way to remove or disable Windows 10 mail?