Are you a Gmail user on Android? Looking for a way to quickly view all the unread emails by labels on the home screen of your Android phone? There has been no official release from Google as of yet that lets you do this, but a simple widget called GmailWidget+
is out on the Android Market to serve this very purpose. What it basically does is to display all the unread Gmail counts by labels and gives you instant access to directly launch the particular labels in the Gmail app by tapping on them, right from your Android home screen. Read on for more details, screenshots and download link.
is a simple application which can be used to create backup of GMail mail items. However, every email client has an intrinsic quality of backing up all IMAP/POP3 mail accounts, it serves user who are not using any email client and in need of simple GMail email backup utility.
Sending file directly to Mail recipient
option is integrated in Windows Explorer context menu, which has been both lauded & criticized, mainly because it brings ease to attach files but also happens to not open default email account every time. Let me elaborate, you can always attach a file to Outlook email client but what about attaching a file directly to GMail from Windows Explorer? Affixa
provides seamless way to attach files with any email, be is webmail or a desktop email client. It replaces Windows Explorer context menu Mail recipient
integration, provides attachments drop box, supports drop.io for large attachments files, replace mailto
links, and a lot more.
It is very common for a working professional these days to come across a situation where he or she is required to send an email to several people in a team or group at once, but still would like to add some additional information for only a few of them that no one else sees with sending a separate message.
It is astonishing how simple it is to import contacts from iPhone to Gmail and more, if not less surprising, how many people have no clue about it. The procedure requires syncing the iPhone contacts with Windows Contacts and then exporting them to a CSV file, the last step is to import this file using the build-in Gmail import feature. Read More
The capable suite of enterprise class cloud-based apps from Google, labelled Google Apps, have been at the core of various corporations' move to this lightweight and efficient solution. Be it Gmail for the best email solution, Google Docs for the collaborative MS Office alternative, or Google Reader for all your RSS needs, Google Apps have you covered. Combine it with the fact that you can opt to use your own domain names and identities make it a killer deal. However, not all is perfect even in the world of Google, and if you’re an avid Gmail user, you may have missed the ability to manage your calendars, especially if you have to collaborate with your colleagues for meetings and appointments. And with more and more enterprises and organizations ‘going Google’, this has become even more problematic.
is the one of the most helpful freeware which encapsulates famous Google services. It is a system tray app use for Google Voice, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Reader, and Google Wave notification
is Windows only intelligent plug-in for Outlook 2007/2003 & Webmail(GMail, Yahoo Mail, and Windows Live Mail/Hotmail) that works on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Outlook 2010 is not supported at the moment so we will only review the webmail feature in this post.
In Windows you can easily choose which email client should be the default when sending an email. I have options between Outlook 2010, Thunderbird 3, and Windows Live Mail. But what if you want to make GMail and other online services, such as, Yahoo and AOL your default client when sending emails? Read More
Many people are looking forward to Outlook 2010, but few are reluctant to give it a try. The reason keeping them back is IMAP support for Gmail and other web services. In Outlook 2007 if you try setting up Gmail IMAP, you will find it to be clunky, slow, or in other words useless.
Earlier today I reviewed a desktop app for Google Tasks. The developer basically took the Google Mobile API and implemented the task feature up and front. There are a few links given at top and while testing I came across an interesting conclusion - It can be used to access Google Calendar, News, Docs, iGoogle, and Gmail too.
Do you use Gmail as your primary email address? Did you ever consider backing up your emails? Yes, it can be done via a small program called Gmail Backup
The GMail team at Google released an interesting Labs feature called Offline earlier this year which allowed users to access their emails when offline. You could even send an email offline which would get added to the Outbox and automatically get send whenever you connect to the internet. This is extremely useful for those who are travelling and for those who are having trouble with their internet connection. Read More
Spiffy is an advanced portable GMail notifier for Windows. Simply place it somewhere safe and double-click it to begin. What makes it unique is that it is totally customizable, which means every aspect can be customized. Read More
We have already covered a post explaining how you can access your Gmail account
in Microsoft Outlook 2010. The Outlook Connector
utility for Outlook 2010 lets you configure your Windows Live Email account with Microsoft Outlook 2010.
There are millions of users who use Google and it’s apps daily. CustomizeGoogle
is a Firefox extension that allows a user to customize the way Google and it’s apps are displayed. You can remove ads, enable filters, use Google suggest feature, add links to other web search sites, and much more.
Now there is no need to keep your Gmail account or Google talk logged in all the time, Scott's Gmail Alert
is a handy tool that provides an alert whenever you receive a new email in your Gmail account. This tool stays in the system tray and once you receive an email, it opens a small notification window and by clicking the window you are taken to your Gmail account. It can monitor up to five Gmail accounts and each account can be configured to have its own color. It is very easy to send the emails directly from the Gmail Alert tool without having to login to the respective Gmail account and you may add signatures for the out going emails.
Microsoft Outlook is the most powerful and intuitive e-mail client software. Microsoft's Outlook 2010 provides a very rich set of e-mail management tools to help you better manage your emails with a cool user interface. If you have a GMail account, then configuring the account with Microsoft Outlook 2010 is a piece-of-cake.
There is no doubt that Gmail is the fastest growing email service at the moment and million of users are using it. If you have logged in to Google Talk then it notifies you when a new email arrives, but what if you are on any flavor of Linux and you are having no luck with Google Talk? Keeping GMail open all the time is not a good idea.