Using Gkail on a Droid (A855)

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  1. Phread

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    I am lost.....

    Cannot find places in Gmail (on the Droid A855) to get to things like outbox, archive, etc. All these are available on my desktop; just not on my 'smart phone'. Pressing the menu symbol on the phone does not get me there. Just enables me to get to refresh, compose, accounts view labels and settings.

    Very frustrating since I ma sure that there is a very easy and apparent way to get to those functions.

    Help - Phread
     
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    view labels is what you want to do.
     
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    ^Exactly. "View Labels" lets you view your different folders.
     
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    Viewed labels. Nothing about accessing the archive.
     
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    View labels, then select "all mail". The archived mail will be there along with the other emails you have in other folders.

    View labels, then select "sent" for outbox. Make sure you've got the folders you want to see on the phone set to sync in the settings of the app.
     
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    Got all the email includig archive

    Thanks for the assistance. Allmail was there, just like you said.

    Phread