Posted by Admin on September 1, 2011 ·
If you were a big fan of Offline Gmail and got upset when Google retired ‘Google Gears’ which took away your offline mode facility. If you are Google Chrome user, now you have a reason to rejoice. Google has launched a chrome application which will enable you to browse your gmail account without getting connected to Internet. In the blog post Google said “We’re pushing the boundaries [...]
Posted by Preeth K.P. on August 16, 2011 ·
Gmail has recently rolled out a new feature preview pane, which enable users to preview the emails before marking them as read. Preview pane when enabled makes your Gmail layout much like MS Outlook, Although it doesn’t all the features of Outlook but the layout definitely looks similar. As the screen will be divided into multiple blocks the new layout works best for larger screens or screens [...]
Posted by Admin on August 2, 2011 ·
Couple of weeks back Comscore reported that Google+ had 20 Million Visitors in 21 Days. That is for sure a big achievement for Google which is still in private beta. But what was interesting is its proliferation on a global basis. As usual US lead the growth with around 5.3 million visitors but the country which was on second spot in adoption was India which had around 2.8 million visitors during that [...]
Posted by Admin on July 30, 2011 ·
Mary Jo Foley of Zdnet managed to get her hands on a Microsoft ad that tries to promote businesses to choose Office 365 over Google Apps. The video shows a Gmail Man dressed as a postman with a habit of scanning through all your mails for keywords and then showing you ads related to them.
Mary also reported about confirming this with Microsoft and received an official no comment. Although according [...]
Posted by Admin on April 26, 2011 ·
Since the launch of Gmail, Google has been continuously improving it and adding new features often. Gmail has so many features added recently and some of the notable ones includes Rich text or images in your gmail signature, Priority inbox, Google Voice integrated in your email which provides free phone number to US residents. We also recently published an article about how you can create unlimited [...]
Posted by Admin on April 12, 2011 ·
Gmail is one of the best email service available for free. It give you so many features for free which includes creating Alias to fight spam, free phone calls around the country and cheap international calling. In past we also told you how you can backup all your emails, contacts from your gmail account, Now here is another great tip.
Boomerang is one great extension which can enable email scheduling, [...]
Posted by Ravi S on April 8, 2011 ·
If you are a kind of person who share lot of links with your friends and family, Chrome web store has this awesome extension that allows Gmail users to quickly email links without you requiring to open your inbox and the clicking compose. You can download this extension from
Posted by Preeth K.P. on March 21, 2011 ·
Whether you like it or not, Spam mail do enter your inbox, Inspite of having a spam filter, few mails get sneak through your inbox. One old trick remains to mention your email as your name[at]mail.com to prevent bots in capturing your email from public forums, blogs and websites. Another alternative is to use Email alias, Google apps does offer traditional alias support which is called as Nick name, [...]
Posted by Admin on February 28, 2011 ·
About 150,000 Gmail account holders when logged into their accounts over the weekend saw that everything from their email accounts has disappeared —email, chat logs, contacts, and attachments.
Google explains that they are working on this issue and this bug only affects 0.08% of the gmail users. The Issue primarily unknown at this point completely reset the account. The company is working on fixing [...]
Posted by Preeth K.P. on February 20, 2011 ·
Has anyone’s Gmail account nearing the maximum space limit of 7GB? This happens to a few early adopters of Gmail as their primary email who have been using since 2005.
Your storage use is based on the size of all of the messages and attachments in your mail, including those in Spam and Trash. You can check how much space you’re using and your storage limit at the bottom of any Gmail page. If [...]