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Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]

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Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]

Reading and managing emails is one half of the story. Composing them is the other half, and Gmail just went in for an improvement there. Using a separate window to write emails allows you access to your inbox. Gmail believes that this wasn’t used by many, and so they have gone about improving it so it is more prominent and gives you more control.

Saikat Basu November 1, 2012
Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]
Google Brings Free SMS In Gmail To All Mobile Carriers In India [Updates]

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Google Brings Free SMS In Gmail To All Mobile Carriers In India [Updates]

Google has just added India to the growing list of countries that can use Google Chat to send free text messages to mobile phones. Users in India can now send SMS messages from Gmail’s chat interface to all available mobile carriers, and also receive messages from mobile devices straight to their Gmail. The service is not available in the standalone Google Talk app.

Yaara Lancet October 14, 2012
Google Brings Free SMS In Gmail To All Mobile Carriers In India [Updates]
Gmail Makes Communication Easier With 100 Virtual Keyboards & Transliteration Support [Updates]

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Gmail Makes Communication Easier With 100 Virtual Keyboards & Transliteration Support [Updates]

The global language may be English, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t express ourselves in other languages. Google recognized that and now has added 100 virtual keyboards, transliteration and IMEs to Gmail. Google calls them Input Tools and with these inclusions, Gmail now officially supports 75 languages.

Saikat Basu October 11, 2012
Gmail Makes Communication Easier With 100 Virtual Keyboards & Transliteration Support [Updates]
Combine Your Email Accounts Into a Single Inbox: Here’s How

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Combine Your Email Accounts Into a Single Inbox: Here’s How

Juggling several email inboxes can be a hassle, but luckily with all the main email providers – Gmail, Outlook (Hotmail) and Yahoo – you can merge all of your email accounts into one inbox, and send and receive email all from one place on the web. This will come in particularly handy to those of you who don’t like the idea of using a desktop client. We’ve put together a guide for all the major email providers, making it easy for you to figure out how to do it.

Nancy Messieh October 10, 2012
Combine Your Email Accounts Into a Single Inbox: Here’s How
Rapportive For Chrome: The Ultimate Tool For Connecting With Your Contacts In Gmail

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Rapportive For Chrome: The Ultimate Tool For Connecting With Your Contacts In Gmail

Have you ever received an email and wondered if it was legitimate or not? Or maybe you have corresponded with someone and were curious to know more about them. Of course you could ask, but it might come across awkward or simply off-topic to what is being discussed. Plus, do you really want to ask each person you encounter online through email what their social accounts are, what they do, where they’re from and so on? Likely not.

Aaron Couch October 6, 2012
Rapportive For Chrome: The Ultimate Tool For Connecting With Your Contacts In Gmail
How To Synchronize Your Gmail, Google Calendar, And More With Your Linux Computer

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How To Synchronize Your Gmail, Google Calendar, And More With Your Linux Computer

A good number of users highly value the services provided by Google, including emails, calendars, tasks, documents, and so much more. But Linux users also love their desktop applications, and how they often integrate very nicely with the desktop. So what can people do who use Linux but love Google’s products? Thankfully, there are a good number of Linux applications which can connect very well to both Google’s products as well as your Linux desktop.

Danny Stieben September 29, 2012
How To Synchronize Your Gmail, Google Calendar, And More With Your Linux Computer
Divide & Conquer Your Email With The Power of Gmail Aliases

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Divide & Conquer Your Email With The Power of Gmail Aliases

When it comes to email organization, the immediate reaction is often all about folders, tags, filters, priority marks, and things of that sort. Not that any of those are bad – in fact, most of those features are plain awesome. But there’s another feature in Gmail that can help you to automatically organize your incoming mail – the alias. In any field that requires organization, methods can be split into two types – reactionary and proactionary.

Joel Lee September 28, 2012
Divide & Conquer Your Email With The Power of Gmail Aliases
Did You Know You Can Bookmark Specific Gmail Messages? Here Is How & Why

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Did You Know You Can Bookmark Specific Gmail Messages? Here Is How & Why

Many cases have been made for why Gmail is an ingenious webmail client. Now even though it is almost trivial to find emails in Gmail, knowing that you can find them doesn’t mean you will remember to search and read them once they have been filed or archived. So what else can you do to not forget about important information?

Tina Sieber September 26, 2012
Did You Know You Can Bookmark Specific Gmail Messages? Here Is How & Why
5 Advanced Gmail Search Operators You Should Know

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5 Advanced Gmail Search Operators You Should Know

Gmail is an ingenious webmail client with many awesome features. Being a Google service, one of its strengths obviously is Search. And this is exactly how Google revolutionized email. In Gmail you don’t really have to worry about filing or sorting emails because you an always find them in a matter of seconds using the Search. While you will easily get to most emails with a plain keyword search, it does help to know some advanced search operators.

Tina Sieber September 25, 2012
5 Advanced Gmail Search Operators You Should Know
Google Strengthens Security For Gmail & GTalk With OAuth 2.0 Support [Updates]

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Google Strengthens Security For Gmail & GTalk With OAuth 2.0 Support [Updates]

Google uses OAuth 2.0, the latest standard of the open protocol that allows secure authorization with third party web apps. But now, Google has gone ahead a step further and added OAuth 2.0 support for IMAP/SMTP and XMPP. This brings Gmail and GTalk within the ambit of OAuth2.0 with all its extra security features.

Saikat Basu September 19, 2012
Google Strengthens Security For Gmail & GTalk With OAuth 2.0 Support [Updates]
Grab Emails From Your Old Account Using Gmail’s Import Function

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Grab Emails From Your Old Account Using Gmail’s Import Function

Thinking of switching to Gmail, but afraid to lose all of your old emails and contacts? Don’t be. Gmail can easily grab your old emails, especially if you were already using a web-based client. And even if you weren’t grabbing those emails is perfectly possible. Importing from an old email address isn’t a new Gmail feature, but it’s one someone switching to Gmail won’t necessarily know anything about. Here’s how it works.

Justin Pot September 15, 2012
Grab Emails From Your Old Account Using Gmail’s Import Function
How To Setup Gmail Accounts On Windows Phone

How To Setup Gmail Accounts On Windows Phone

Due to a severe spam issue (and to take the storage load away from my PC) I decided to migrate my email accounts to Google Mail. This has had an interesting effect on my ability to collect messages on my Windows Phone. While it isn’t a problem to set up a Gmail account if your email address ends in @gmail.com, the situation is a little different for Windows Phone users if they’re trying to access an email service that uses Google Mail but has its own domain name.

Christian Cawley September 13, 2012
How To Setup Gmail Accounts On Windows Phone
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