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Old 06-29-2018, 05:45 PM
 
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Hello CD,

A non-profit I'm associated with has been attempting to share a single gmail account (non-gsuite) with its executive officers (about 8) which are located in different locations across the US. So far this has proven unsuccessful as it keeps triggering security alerts and then eventually a password reset prompt for any one of the officers that trys to use it.

My question then is. Is this even possible at all? To share a single gmail account (not associated with Gsuite) with multiple users at multiple locations. Is there a way to turn off that "fail-safe" feature so gmail can ignore that somebody else completely different tried to login from a different location than the first user?

Thanks in advance guys.

Morpheuss
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Old 06-29-2018, 06:08 PM
 
Location: Richardson, TX
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Delegation.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/138350?hl=en
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Old 06-30-2018, 12:14 PM
 
Location: God's Gift to Mankind for flying anything
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We Created a Yahoo group
Made it private, cannot be searched for, and is only available to members who are invited.
One mail to the group automatically goes to all members and they all can answer.
Because the private emails are known to each member they can also email privately ...
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Old 07-02-2018, 12:30 PM
 
Location: McAllen, TX
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Hello CD,

A non-profit I'm associated with has been attempting to share a single gmail account (non-gsuite) with its executive officers (about 8) which are located in different locations across the US. So far this has proven unsuccessful as it keeps triggering security alerts and then eventually a password reset prompt for any one of the officers that trys to use it.

My question then is. Is this even possible at all? To share a single gmail account (not associated with Gsuite) with multiple users at multiple locations. Is there a way to turn off that "fail-safe" feature so gmail can ignore that somebody else completely different tried to login from a different location than the first user?

Thanks in advance guys.

Morpheuss
Turn off 2-Step Verification for your Gmail account
https://support.google.com/accounts/...form%3DDesktop

or

Use an email client.
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