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# 204288 25-Sep-2016 15:16
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Hi

 

I send some security camera pictures to GMail and would like them bundled automatically in the inbox.

 

Makes it easier to browse the image thumbnails.

 

I would like to use GMail SMTP to upload the images but they become stored as individual emails.

 

Using GMail SMTP is more portable if I move ISPs.

 

Here are a couple of examples: 

 

Using my ISPs SMTP the GMail layout is this and is done automatically with up to 100 images side by side:

 

 

Using GMail SMTP this is what I get - each image are stored as individual emails:

 

 

Anyone know how to automatically bundle images in the inbox using GMail SMTP for upload?

 

I know there are GMail guides for bundling to labels but that does not work as well as using my ISPs SMTP.

 

TIA

 

 





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  # 1640311 25-Sep-2016 18:31
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I've only managed to use Gmail SMTP with app password. Hence two factor is required. I have not been able to get it working any other way.



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  # 1640338 25-Sep-2016 20:03
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In addition here are the basic SMTP configs for the illustrations above.  

 

(Spaces have been added to email addresses)

 

 

 

Side by side inbox automatic picture bundling which is what I want...

 

smtp.gisborne.net.nz

 

587 no ssl/tls

 

user gordy7 @ gisborne.net.nz

 

recipient gordyc70 @ gmail.com  

 

 

 

No automatic inbox picture bundling with this config

 

smtp.gmail.com

 

587 TLS

 

user gordyc70 @ gmail.com

 

recipient gordyc70 @ gmail.com

 

Can anyone help?

 

TIA  

 

 

 

 





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  # 1640345 25-Sep-2016 20:24
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I'm not really understanding the bundling stuff and the issues there.

However, Google does offer an SMTP service on a different FQDN and non-tls over port 25. I don't immediately see how that would be different but you can only try ; ).

https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en

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