cleaning out Gmail Notifier

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Gumby, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. Gumby

    Gumby Guest

    A friend is trying to clean the cached email addresses from Gmail Notifier's
    log-in window. She found a list of entries in the Windows XP registry and
    cleaned these out, she also deleted all cookies and ran CleanCache. After
    all that she uninstalled Notifier and re-installed it only to find all the
    names were still appearing when she went to log-in. She's looked at the
    Gmail FAQ's which apparently told her nothing and emailed Gmail and received
    an automated response which also told her nothing.

    Has anybody on this group found a way to clean out Notifier ?
    Gumby, Aug 10, 2005
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  2. Gumby

    Paul Guest

    Try http://www.ccleaner.com

    DL, install, and run it. It cleans temp files etc.

    And its free.

    And it also has a registry cleaner. Try uninstalling/removing Gmail notifier
    again, if its still installed.

    Delete its folder, then run Ccleaner. Click on issues.



    "Gumby" <> wrote in message
    news:EktKe.1800$...
    >A friend is trying to clean the cached email addresses from Gmail
    >Notifier's log-in window. She found a list of entries in the Windows XP
    >registry and cleaned these out, she also deleted all cookies and ran
    >CleanCache. After all that she uninstalled Notifier and re-installed it
    >only to find all the names were still appearing when she went to log-in.
    >She's looked at the Gmail FAQ's which apparently told her nothing and
    >emailed Gmail and received an automated response which also told her
    >nothing.
    >
    > Has anybody on this group found a way to clean out Notifier ?
    >
    Paul, Aug 12, 2005
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  3. Gumby

    ~misfit~ Guest

    Paul wrote:
    > Try http://www.ccleaner.com
    >
    > DL, install, and run it. It cleans temp files etc.
    >
    > And its free.
    >
    > And it also has a registry cleaner. Try uninstalling/removing Gmail
    > notifier again, if its still installed.
    >
    > Delete its folder, then run Ccleaner. Click on issues.


    Gumby, just a thought: Gmail is a web-based service. Maybe this cache that
    you're trying to 'clean out' doesn't exist locally. (Or is simply mirrored
    locally) It could be part of your preferences (or somesuch) on the Gmail
    site.

    Might be worth looking into.
    --
    ~misfit~

    > "Gumby" <> wrote in message
    > news:EktKe.1800$...
    >> A friend is trying to clean the cached email addresses from Gmail
    >> Notifier's log-in window. She found a list of entries in the Windows
    >> XP registry and cleaned these out, she also deleted all cookies and
    >> ran CleanCache. After all that she uninstalled Notifier and
    >> re-installed it only to find all the names were still appearing when
    >> she went to log-in. She's looked at the Gmail FAQ's which apparently
    >> told her nothing and emailed Gmail and received an automated
    >> response which also told her nothing.
    >>
    >> Has anybody on this group found a way to clean out Notifier ?
    ~misfit~, Aug 12, 2005
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