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    I have a weird problem with Gmail - my inbox shows that I still have 1 unread mail(1 near the inbox category) even though I don't have any - read every mail in my inbox. I tried to clean my cache, restart my PC, selectively delete cookies referred to Gmail but nothing helped.

    It looks like it's a problem with Gmail, not me.

    Anybody knows a solution? Is there a way to "empty the cache" of a Gmail account? Again, I know it's a weird problem...

    TIA

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    I still have 1 unread mail(1 near the inbox category)
    One "near" the Inbox category? I'm sorry, but could you clarify?

    After a time, there will be multiple pages of messages. Have you checked to see if the unread message is on an older page?

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    Quote Originally Posted by William DeVercelly View Post
    One "near" the Inbox category? I'm sorry, but could you clarify?

    After a time, there will be multiple pages of messages. Have you checked to see if the unread message is on an older page?

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    Never mind, it was an old email I didn't read. Problem solved.
    Thanks anyway for replying.

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    I would like to add just one thing about g-mail. It never really clears anything out of your Inbox. Instead, g-mail sets up threads, which look like folders. But try to move a message out of the Inbox and into a "folder", and you immediately see what has happened -- the "folder" is really only a tag! The message is still in your Inbox, and is never really moved at all! This is why I strongly recommend g-mail users to get a client (Google is working on one of their own now.). That way, your client can set up real local folders on your computer, and messages will be sorted and filed in a reasonable way.
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