I have an email account. It has the form:
In order to login to the email I have to browse to the domainname.org website and, in order to log in to my email I have to enter the following details:
password: password1 [This was a password of my choosing]
Despite the fact that I provide authentication details on the domainname.org website, once I am authenticated, I am diverted to a Gmail account with the company logo in the top right corner.
I would now like to transfer all of the emails from this domainname.org (Gmail) account to another new, personal Gmail account. In order to do that I have been into the settings of my new Gmail account and used the "Import mail and contacts" process. The authentication details that I then provided in order to fetch the mail from the pop server were:
password: password2 [This is a random-looking password provided to me by the company]
pop server: pop.gmail.com
I successfully managed to set the "Import mail and contacts" process going. Unfortunately, it only transferred two thirds of the emails. Gmail did not provide any error message. It took me a while to work out that the company Gmail has a 30GB limit whereas the new personal Gmail has a 15GB limit and when it reached 16.5GB, the import stopped.
I purchased the 100GB package. Once this was in place, the import did not start up again. When i tried to start it off again, I just ended up getting the very generic error message:
"This account cannot be imported right now. Please try again later."
I set up another personal Gmail account and attempted to initiate another "Import mail and contacts" process into that Gmail account. It would not even begin. It just said that there was no mail
By the way, the "Less secure app access" is "managed by your domain administrator".
It is extremely difficult to get any meaningful response out of the company's tech support.
Is anyone familiar with this kind of email arrangement? Can anyone suggest a reason why I cannot initiate another email import?