My workplace, like many, blocks Gmail. Our cellular reception is poor, so we're able to get on the company Wi-Fi on our iPhones (iMessage, Web, etc.). I have 4 Gmail addresses in my phone and 1 company Exchange address. If I open Mail while on Wi-Fi, I usually have to clear 4 or 8 boxes (though sometimes significantly more) with the following: Cannot Get Mail The mail server "imap.gmail.com" is not responding. Verify that you have entered the correct account info in Mail settings. Just now I literally had to hit OK 24 times in a row before I could use Mail. I can get my Exchange mail just fine, which is what I was trying to do anyway. I'm sure this is because Gmail is blocked, but I'd kill for the ability to be able to suppress this message. This has been frustrating me for awhile, and it's gotten to the point where it's worth figuring out if there's a workaround. Any ideas?