Gmail is the first email service provider that offered 1GB of storage with impeccable spam catching capability. And now it has become worlds largest mail service provider. In this category we write about various tricks to simplify and organize your email experience.
Imagine this situation: You have to send a common mail to a group, but also want to send an additional note to an individual or only some recipients. It is like sending private/secret information to the people of your choice … Continue reading
Very often, we receive files as Gmail attachment and presuming that Gmail never runs out of space, we never download these attachments. But as time follows, it becomes difficult to keep up with millions of attachment and searching these files … Continue reading
MailBrowser is a Gmail plug-in which is ideal for people dealing regularly with attachments and unknown contacts. This plugin works with both Gmail and Google Apps account. You can also configure multiple accounts with this browser plugin. Unlike other plugins … Continue reading
Gmail’s best feature is its email searching capabilities. Search terms or Operators help us finding mails more easily, effectively and conveniently. Thanks to Google’s proprietary search algorithms, we can find mails hidden deep inside. For example: Just adding after: or … Continue reading
One feature, I often miss in Gmail is its ability to sort messages. By default, Gmail sorts mails by date, which doesn’t do a great job in organizing your inbox. There is no facility to sort mails by name, subject, … Continue reading
You can substantially increase the functionality of Gmail by adding Gadgets. Gadgets also increase the productivity as you can use variety of services within single Gmail Window.
One of the annoying problems with Gmail is that even after you delete an email address, it still appears as drop-down suggestions, when you start typing name in “To” box.
A member of Blogoscoped forum reports that Gmail is experimenting with ads between emails. As we all know, Gmail is popular free mailing service from Google and its only source of revenue is from ads.