How to fix Yahoo Mail authorization errors

Here are the steps for how to fix Yahoo Mail authorization errors. You have two options: Enable 3rd-party access – by selecting “allow apps that use less security sign in” Enable two-factor authentication and create a special password for cloudHQ. Go to https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN15241.html on how to do this.

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File size upload limits

There are always file size upload limits for different cloud services. These limits vary according to account types called “soft” limits, depending on a users’ storage plan. Some limits are hard-coded or built into the cloud app. NOTE: For cloudHQ free plans, the upload limit is 150MB. Here is a summary of the upload limits […]

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How to troubleshoot Office 365 OneDrive Business Authorization Errors

Here are the steps for how to troubleshoot OneDrive Business authorization errors: It could be that your OneDrive account is not fully provisioned. Check that your OneDrive Business account is fully provisioned. Go to https://portal.office.com/onedrive to verify that your OneDrive is fully provisioned. It could be that you are logged in into two different OneDrive Business […]

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Gmail™ bandwidth limits

All Google Gmail accounts have a limited amount of bandwidth. Certain activities that transfer large amounts of data in a short period of time (like synchronizing a Gmail account to a mobile phone or mail client), can cause an account to reach the bandwidth limit. Sadly, these limits will also apply to cloudHQ label sharing, […]

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How to correctly setup cloudHQ if you have multiple Google accounts

Google is one of the rare online services that allows users to be simultaneously logged into multiple accounts (identities) in the same browser session. For example, in the same browser session, you can be logged in as bob@acme.com and as bob@gmail.com. On the other, cloudHQ does not have this feature. You can be logged in […]

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