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I now have two former clients whoâd set up corporate gmail accounts for my use while I was working with them. I no longer work for them, and the gmail accounts of course no longer exist. But I cannot figure out how to get rid of them in the ever-growing list of accounts that Google presents to me for multiple sign-on. Any ideas how to get rid of these?
Iâve circled through the gmail/google help quite a bit. But every âdelete accountâ sort of thing I find requires you to log in to your account in order to delete it. And I cannot log in to these accounts because they no longer exist. But somehow theyâre still associated with my primary account â from when I used Add Account with the single sign on.
All help is appreciated! (Although I will be largely offline Wednesday, so my thanks and efforts will not happen until Thursday.)
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