Archive for the ‘Gmail’ Category

Here’s how to get, setup and use a USB Security Key with your Google Account for two-step verification. Security Keys use cryptography instead of standard verification codes which make them more secure for logging in, and they work without needing a data connection or battery, best of all, you can carry them easily wherever you go.

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Here’s how you can undo / unsend an email message in Gmail using the native ‘Undo Send’ feature. More details and step-by-step guide on how to use it can be found right here.

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Google’s Gmail app for iOS has been updated today, bringing with it a host of new iOS 8-based features. More details and download link can be found right here after the break.

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Despite the stringent measures being put in place by software makers far and wide, large-scale security breaches remain a black cloud over modern technology, and today, a Russian Bitcoin site has leaked a total of 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords. Initially, it was suspected that the leaks were of passwords specific to the Gmail account in question, although now, it seems that the credentials have been snatched from external websites of users who signed up using a Google email.

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Google’s Gmail has, in its decade-long tenure, established itself as one of, if not the foremost service for managing virtual mail. The Gmail team has worked to ensure that users have a robust and secure platform from which to keep track of the continual cycle of digital correspondence, and according to some newly-leaked info, the Web app is set for a significant overhaul that will incorporate a totally new design. Screenshots, as well as further details, can be seen below.

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Google took a much needed step on Monday to update its terms of service that govern the use of its many products and offerings. As part of the update, and more than likely as part of a direct response to the numerous privacy lawsuits that are underway against the company, Google has provided some clarity on its automatic email scanning tools that form an integral part of its mail service, Gmail. Whether or not the new terms of service will be enough to appease those who have brought claims against the company via the legal system is still unknown.

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Google has pushed out an in-app notice to users of its iOS Gmail app stressing that a bug may have caused them to accidentally delete emails received between the 12th and 21nd of January. Furthermore, the bug – which is also said to have affected the mobile browser and the offline version of the popular email client – may also have led users to inadvertently mark the wrong emails as spam.

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Google+, the company’s often ignored social network is creeping its way into Google’s other products left and right, and according to an announcement out of Mountain View, we’re soon to see it feature more prominently in our Gmail inboxes.

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Email has for sure evolved into something much more than what the service used to be when it became available to public in earlier days of the Internet. Gmail took the lead on conversation view for emails, arranging messages by thread rather than the conventional sorting, and since then, it’s become pretty much the norm. Over the course of years, a lot of options and controls have popped up in email handling, and user protection and safety appears to a primary focus. One testament to this fact is blocking of external images within emails by default.

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Google not only commits a lot of time to bringing new and exciting products to the fore, but also spends a great deal of its resources and man hours updating existing services. Few of the search giant’s exports have gotten more attention than Gmail, and although many of the changes are “under the hood” and thus go unnoticed by the vast majority, some are quite obvious. Whenever an alteration is made to a service, there are always some that feel as though the rug has been pulled from under them, and if the new Gmail compose window has left you feeling somewhat lost, there is a way for you to revert back for the time being.

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With Google currently giving all of its web apps a long-needed overhaul, it was only a matter of time before the search giant finally got around to giving Gmail a lick of paint.

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There has been a lot of back and forth between Microsoft and Google in the Office 365 vs. Google Apps app-suite debate. Both camps have been keen to publicize their respective customer steals from one another, and neither has been afraid to highlight the other’s flaws of projects undertaken.

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