Note IconIf you are using a GMail email address then you must read this section. Otherwise, you will not be able to use the email facilities within Meeting Schedule Assistant.

The way Google has set up sending emails on your behalf means we have to authenticate using a mechanism called OAuth2. You will have to adjust your Google settings to allow less secure applications to work with it if we don't use this method. So this is what you need to do please:

Note IconExisting users should follow steps 1 to 4.

Step 1

The first thing you need to do is log into the Google Account. Then, please locate the Connected apps & sites option and click it.

GMail Step 1

Step 2

Next, click on MANAGE APPS.

GMail Step 2

Step 3

Locate in the list:

GMail Step 3

(Note: This screen shot is from the NEW application)

Now click on it.

Step 4

Finally, click on the REMOVE button.

GMail Step 4

You have now removed the existing application from your Google account.

Note IconAll users follow steps 5 and 6.

Step 5

Start Meeting Schedule Assistant and then select Google Calendar Options from the Options menu.

GMail Step 5

Step 6

Now click on the Authenticate button. Please read this help topic to understand how the authentication procedure works.

GMail Step 6

Once the authentication procedure has been complete you will be able to use the email features within Meeting Schedule Assistant.