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Tracking time of different countries becomes important when you stay in one country and your business clients or family members stay in another, though there are several tools to check world timings from the desktop, a nifty little gadget called PolyClock, which allows users to view time from different time zones across the world in […]

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Gmail has overtime become a really useful webmail service and has by far released several features in Gmail Labs which make it even more useful day by day. However other than what the developers at Gmail have been working on there are several tools that will help get the best out of Gmail.

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I have always been a big fan of Google Desktop for quite some time and use it as my primary search tool for the desktop, the good thing about Google Desktop is that I can also use several useful Gadgets that allow me to monitor websites from the desktop, maintain a to-do list, track Google […]

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Gmail has definitely added quite a lot of value to itself by integrating Google Docs and Calendar into Gmail and the option to add any custom gadget to your Gmail account. Amit from Digital Inspiration has always been making good use of Google products and has a nice trick that shows you on how to […]

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Gmail has quickly become the only email service I use other than my company account, and I also use Google Apps for the websites I own. So all in all I am in good hands, but there is also a risk to lose everything if something goes wrong. Though I setup most of my Gmail […]

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Yesterday we told you about 3 new exciting features where they integrated Google Calendar and  Google Docs into Gmail, along with that, they also added a new feature where you can add a custom gadget to Gmail by providing the XML URL for it. Here is a simple and step by step tutorial to add […]

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Sometimes Gmail may be loading painfully slow for you, or defaults to the slower HTML mode for users. If you do not want Gmail to make the decision on which type of UI it should load for you, here is a list of Gmail modes you can use with Gmail, thanks to Alex Chitu from […]

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The usual way of attaching files in any online mail service would be to click on the browse button, navigate to the correct folder and choose the file you want to upload. Though this process is not hard at all, you could save some time while attaching files if you use Gmail. gAttach is a […]

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Quite recently we had written about using Caret browsing, a useful and productive way of surfing the web without using the mouse. Just came across another interesting article by a Googler who tells us how to surf emails in Gmail without having to use the mouse. The keyboard shortcuts are not new, but the post […]

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Recently I got a email from a long time friend and blogger which startled me, the first thing I thought was to spam it, but then I realized instead of doing that, I should just send him a email saying, please stop sending me such emails. I did send him a email, and he immediately […]

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Over a period of time you may have tons of unread emails in your Gmail Inbox, most of these emails may be months or years old and navigating to each of these messages and marking them as read can be time consuming. Here are three simple steps in which you can mark all the mails […]

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Web based email clients like Gmail have a huge advantage that you can log in to your email account just about from anywhere. From your office, home, cyber cafe, your friend’s home, just about everywhere. But that facility exposes you to a huge risk. Suppose you forgot to log out. Anybody can access your account […]

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This post is a part of the user recommendation marathon where users asked us about several tips and tricks which could help them, in this post regular reader Nancy recommends a question to us. Nancy asks us Gmail shows me that I have 700 emails in my Inbox, due to several things I have not […]

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This is part of the user recommendation marathon where we write articles based on recommendations users have given us. In this we are going to answer a question Ashley recommended to us. Ashley asks I have a company email account which is regular webmail provided by our hosting provider, I can access all the mails […]

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Online storage space is becoming cheaper and cheaper by the day and we have covered many such free to use online storage websites. Quite some time back we had also posted how to use your Gmail account as your storage device. Today we will review another such tool which certain has more advantages over other […]

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