Posted by Mayank on June 30, 2014 in GMail

Spammers do not care whether you want to receive their email or not. Despite the fact that there are laws to protect individual’s online privacy, but these spammers care the least. They might have secured an email list, which unfortunately has your email list and they just keep spamming it. GMail does a good job of blocking them, but many of them do slip by because they’re paying a bit more attention. There is a way to trick such spRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on April 26, 2014 in GMail

What is Read Receipt? A read receipt is an email notification delivered when a recipient opens (and presumably reads) an email you send. The receipt confirms that the recipient saw your message and records the time. Why Do You Need Read Receipt? Even though read receipts do nothing but add more information to your already overflowing mailbox, but there are several reasons why you may need a read receipt. Read receipts may be needed in cases when Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on March 27, 2014 in GMail,Productivity

We love GMail and we love shortcuts.  This minimalistic Gmail cheat sheet makes it easier to remember and recall short cuts by visually highlighting the shortcuts that will help you use Gmail faster and easier. This cheat sheet, however, is a great visual reference, which might make learning and understanding the shortcuts a bit easier. Also, you can save it to your desktop or post it in your office for a quick look every now and then. Created Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 28, 2012 in GMail,How To

GMail has a nice feature that it not only stores all the addresses you’ve stored in your contacts list, but also one you’ve sent an email to. It is a nice convenience, but not always. For example, you’d be having an updated address in your contacts list however, GMail will also show an email address which your contact had ages ago. You may end up picking the wrong address! Worse, those unwanted email addresses keep showing up inRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 15, 2012 in GMail,How To

Nobody can live without emails. Almost everyone gets hundreds of emails everyday and we check our mailbox several times each day. However, emails are from being perfect – far from being our perfect companion. All of us need an email client, which will be our perfect companion – just an extension of us. Our email client should send the email message at the right time in the future, not just now. WoIt should remind us when people do notRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 30, 2012 in Facebook,GMail,Security

Once in a while you may need to send an email or a Facebook message which contains sensitive data like you need to send your credit card information to your family member so that they can do a purchase. Want to keep your emails safe from prying eyes? Simply use Encipher.it – Encipher is a free coe snippet which you store in your browser bookmarks to encrypt any email or a block of text on any website, including Facebook and other social netRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on June 24, 2012 in GMail

Emails are now an integral part of our life. Hardly a day goes when we do not check our emails. An average person sends and receives hundreds of emails every day. But have you ever wondered where your message goes after you hit “send?” How does an email travel from your computer to your friend’s smartphone across the country or around the world? Google Green team is answering those questions with Story of Send, a new site that gives you a bRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on May 15, 2012 in GMail

When you compose an email message in GMail, it’s default font chosen by GMail. You can  change text style like font, size, color etc while composing the message. But if you would like to enable a particular Font Style permanently for your GMail Messages, GMail also has a tool for that. ‘Default Text Style‘ is a GMail Lab Feature which once enabled and set will make sure that every message you send has a default font style that Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on April 23, 2012 in GMail,Google,Interestingness

Post image for Use Gmail Meter to Send Monthly Report card of your Gmail Account How many email you received last month, how many email you sent last 2 weeks, what time did you receive most of the email, who send most emails to you, to whom you send most of the emails, how many words due to usually type in an email, which is the top thread, how was you daily, weekly and monthly email traffic, what is your usual response time to an email etc. Answers to all these questions and many more and that too in a graphical format are pRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on April 16, 2012 in GMail

Gmail allows users to switch between multiple accounts for which earlier users had to click on Google navigation bar and then click on the ‘Sign in to another account’. But now with new update in Google can easily switch to your another account by clicking on either your name or profile image in Google navigation bar and then click on 2nd account. You won’t see this 2nd account option if you will access any other service like GoRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on March 28, 2012 in GMail,Google

Post image for Google Introduces Account Activity for insight into Google Products Google today introduced a new tool which will send your account activity report every month with a password protected link. Google services that you have signed up for will be included in that report. It is another measure launched by Search Engine Giant which will provide more insight to users who can then monitor their account activity. Users can see how many emails they sent, which browser they use often, which place they log into Gmail accounRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on February 27, 2012 in GMail,Mac

You can sync your GMail contacts with your Address Book and. If syncing with Google Contacts is turned on when you add an iCloud account, the syncing option is turned off. It’s recommended to keep it turned off while you’re using the iCloud Contacts service.   Choose Address Book > Preferences, click Accounts, choose On My Mac in your list of accounts, and then click Account Information. Select the “Synchronize with Google” cheRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on December 11, 2011 in GMail,Google+

google plus Gmail is now integrated with Google+ which allows Gmail users to add people to circles, filter emails based on circles and update details of the contacts on Google+. This announcement was made on Google’s official blog few days ago.Below are the new features that are added to Gmail interface. Recent Google+ Posts in Email When next time you log into Gmail and open an email from a friend who also has an account on Google+, then on the right Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on November 16, 2011 in GMail,iPad,iPhone

gmail app Google has finally launched its GMail app for iOS devices like iPhone, iPod & iPad. Originally the app was launched a week ago but due to few bugs, it was removed from the App Store. Google today announced on its Gmail blog that team is able to fix these issues and now the app is finally available for download. Gmail Team posted that many users requested to have multiple account support and other customization like improving notifications andRead More...

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