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Hi, Danna.  I have been using two forms of Juno, "Juno on the Web" and my "Client" version.  I can read my "on the Web" version from any computer and then use my "Client" version to store and pigeon hole the emails I want to archive for my business.  This Juno format is very convenient for me to use for fast access different subjects, persons and dates for my business. Recently I routed my Juno email through my Gmail account to eliminate spam.  It worked very well. But it will not go to my Client format.  Therefore I want to switch back to Juno only by deleting it from the Gmail route.  I have Googled this but cannot find an answer.

Thanks for your time and expertise.

John

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Hello John,

You should be able to stop the routing from your gmail dashboard. Log into your gmail and on the right gear, click on the drop-down and settings.   This is the place you can see many options.  Try ACCOUNTS AND IMPORTS found at the top center of the box and you can cancel the Juno being sent in.

Hope that helps.
Danna

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How does email marketing work? How can I benefit from email marketing? Can you help me with a newsletter template? How do I cross-promote my email marketing to be social? What email marketing program do you suggest?

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I've been personally using email marketing since 1998 and because of my skills I was contacted by Constant Contact and became a Local Expert teaching email marketing online and in our community for organizations like: SCORE, SBDC and the Chamber.

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Online marketing since 1997 teaching the trade since 2007.

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2008 eBay Hall of Fame 2008 Community Seller Award from eBay Giving Works 2011 All Star Award from Constant Contact

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