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Will my gmail account be affected ?

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  1. sn2100

    sn2100 Junior Member

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    I am logging in from different location proxies to my gmail accounts , when I open them from my Home Network I got the following message :

    Warning: Someone signed in to your account from a different location. Was it you ?

    So will my gmail accounts be suspended if I login from different location proxies ? (different countries )
     
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    Gmail will ask you to confirm account details later on.
     
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    What are you trying to saying ? Please Help me bro with some sought of solution to be on the safer side ?
     
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    Aaric Elite Member

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    Google send you alerts when you try to sign in from different locations.
     
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    Thats what I'hve got , do you have any tips for me to be on the safe side ?
     
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    Aaric Elite Member

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    keep all info updated and on record that Google use to identify you are the owner.
    it gives a headache when they lock accounts.
     
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    google is sending these alert in order to ensure your safety.it just indicated that you mail have be accessed from different ips than the usual.
     
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    Actually, there is no huge deal when you utilize proxies to log-in to your Gmail. Google or even facebook send messages like that in order to keep your account safe. However, the problem here is that you will never know whether that message is caused by you (utilizing proxies) or there are certain people who wants to hack your Gmail account. That's why if its possible keep on updating your password.
     
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    Avoid using your account from a proxy. I won't risk it.
     
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    On the surface this sounds great.

    But what if you are managing 50 or more accounts?
     
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    Yeah. You'll be alright. It's just a warning. I get that when I login to my gmail account from Mcdonalds wifi or any other wifi access.

    Chad
     
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    I'm also wondering about my gmail safety. I login from various locations and do lots of things, I have lots of forwarders added and what not. The only thing I did was to enable 2 steps verification, enter my real phone number and have a security question in place. But if g bans my gmail for whatever reason.. this i'm afraid, and don't know how to secure it.
     
  13. sn2100

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    am thinking the only solution would be to log on from same country Proxies , like only us or only uk ... ??