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Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk is my favorite online to-do manager and even has a great RTM iPhone app too. I use Gmail and Remember the Milk extensively everyday. So, naturally Remember the Milk for Gmail Firefox extension has been such a wonderful tool for me. I can access RTM from within Gmail. This is pretty huge [...]

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Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

You’d hardly forget your main Gmail account password. But, if you had multiple Gmail accounts for various passwords, it might be hard to remember them all especially when you set different passwords for them. Also, forgetting passwords is easy when you have just changed your password to something really secure and you don’t login to [...]

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Gmail Free Calls in US Extended Through 2011

Google introduced free voice calling within US & Canada in Gmail back in August. With this feature, we could just call any phone number from within Gmail from the chat menu. Google has extended this free phone calls from Gmail program through all of 2011. Check out gmail.com/call for more information on this. { via [...]

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Rainmaker Fills Your Google Contacts With Social Info

I have been using Google Contacts as my primary contacts database for a while now. I even sync my iPhone to Google Contacts and try to maintain a nice address book there. But, with so many friends over at Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter and their contact information different or incomplete in different areas it is [...]

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Gmail Now Previews 12 New File Formats

Gmail has been very adept at letting us preview common document formats such as Word, PDF, etc. This is very useful to view files with just the browser without having the software installed. Google Docs previewer that made this possible just became fluent with 12 new file formats. Microsoft Excel (.XLS and .XLSX) Microsoft PowerPoint [...]

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Google Moves to Secure Enterprises with Two-Factor Authentication

Google Apps has been a silent force taking over the enterprise both public and private sector. Google Apps is the enterprise version of the free web apps we are used to – Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, etc. Most web applications rely on just an username and password and this is inherently insecure. Enterprises deal [...]

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Rich Contact Profiles Inside Gmail with Rapportive

When you are composing or reading an email from a contact, how would you like to have their whole social profile at your fingertips? Rapportive is a web solution that replaces the ad column in Gmail with a rich contact profile. Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. You can immediately [...]

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Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

I can’t count the number of times I had to leave Gmail to open a new tab in Firefox to do a Google Search to include a link in the email. Gmail Labs has made that a thing of the past. Google Search in Gmail I can perform Google Search right inside Gmail now. It [...]

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Gmail Priority Inbox Finds Your Important Emails

Gmail Priority Inbox Finds Your Important Emails

I am sure getting overwhelmed by email everyday is the norm these days. I am no different. But, with Gmail and its filters and labels and stars and zillion cool labs features, I try keep my sanity when I am looking at my inbox. And it works to a certain extent. Still a lot of [...]

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Find Out-of-Touch Gmail Contacts With Etacts

I am a heavy Gmail user and not shy about sharing my email with people I meet and want to stay in touch. This means I wake up to 20-30 emails every morning and go through a bunch more during the day. With all this chatter, I have lost touch with a few people who [...]

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How to Use Gmail’s iPad Interface in Your Desktop?

Google just rolled out a nice two-pane Gmail interface for the Apple iPad and other tablet devices like NotionInk ADAM. If you have been wondering if you could try it out in your desktop without selling an arm and a leg for an Apple iPad, you are in luck. It’s the age-old switching user agent [...]

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How to Get the New Gmail Minimal Look?

Google has just started rolling out the new minimal look for everyone? If you are like me and don’t see it yet, here is how you can enable it right now. Just go to Mail Settings Go to Themes tab Enable Preview or Preview (Dense) Other than the new minimal look, Google has also moved [...]

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Gmail Out of Space – How to Clean Up?

You have run out of space for your Gmail account. You will not be able to send or receive any emails until you delete some items. If you were greeted with this message in Gmail and wondering how to go about cleaning up your emails, it is easy. As you would do with cleaning up [...]

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0Boxer Makes it Fun to Organize Emails in Gmail

Who said organizing emails in your Gmail inbox has to be a boring, mind numbing affair? 0Boxer aims at making the mundane email tasks such as reading, deleting, organizing, tagging your Gmail emails a fun task. Once granted access to your Gmail account with oAuth, 0Boxer web app monitors your Gmail account for activity. You [...]

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Tips for Using Google Voice in Gmail

Google announced the ability to make calls from within Gmail recently. It looks like it has been very popular among Gmail users and 10 million calls had been made as of Sep 1. If you have your Google Voice number attached to your Gmail and use it to call people from within Gmail, Google Voice [...]

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