OneClick - Tasks - Accounts/Solvers - Tools - Change / Remove Recovery Email

Introduction

The Change Recovery Email feature will allow you to quickly update your Accounts' recovery email. This is a valuable security measure to ensure that only you can access your accounts.

Setup & Recommendations

  • Before changing your accounts' recovery email, you must add accounts to OneClick. After adding the accounts, you can use Account Tools.
  • We recommend farming your accounts for at least a week before changing any account information.

Change Recovery Email

1. Navigate to the Accounts/Solvers section in OneClick under Tasks. This section has an icon that looks like a play button titled Accounts/Solvers.

2. Select the accounts on which you want to change recovery emails, then click the Tools button. Select the Change Recovery Email Tool and click the Start button.

3. The Change Account Recovery Email dialog will appear. If you want to proceed, click the Yes button.

4. There are various ways you can change recovery email on your Gmail accounts. The first method is by using the Copy/Paste option. With the Copy/Paste option, you can input a list of emails to which you'd like to change the recovery emails. This would require you to input a code manually.

5. The second method is by using the Local Mail option. This allows you to select Mail Credentials you have added to OneClick to use as your recovery emails. This option automatically handles email OTP codes when encountered and does not require manual input.

6. The final method is to use Inbox Mail. You need to create a Mail Task Template in Inbox. Next, add your Inbox API Key and Default Mail Task Template Name to OneClick in Settings > Inbox Service. You can learn more about creating a Task Template in this guide. The Inbox Mail Credentials in your Mail Task Template must receive the emails in your list of emails for this process to be fully automated. You can input a list of emails to which you'd like to change the recovery emails. This option automatically handles email OTP codes when encountered and does not require manual input. You can find out more information about adding accounts to Inbox here.

7. Optionally, you can enable the Shuffle emails checkbox to shuffle the list of emails you provided before assigning them to accounts.

8. After configuring the dialog, click the Proceed button.

9. Once the job is completed, the Action Log will reflect whether it was successful. If any accounts run into errors, the Action Log will reflect the error, and the Status will provide some information on the issue. 

Remove Recovery Email

1. Navigate to the Accounts/Solvers section in OneClick under Tasks. This section has an icon that looks like a play button titled Accounts/Solvers.

2. Select the accounts you want to remove recovery emails, then click the Tools button. Select the Remove Recovery Email Tool and click the Start button.

3. The Remove Account Recovery Email dialog will appear. If you want to proceed, click the Yes button.

4. Once the job is completed, the Action Log will reflect whether it was successful. If any accounts run into errors, the Action Log will reflect the error, and the Status will provide some information on the issue. 

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