Gmail Tip #33: Auto-forward received Gmail!

Want to use your Gmail account as your main email account but have some or all email auto-forwarded to other email accounts? Well, now you can! Read on for more details... Gmail has added tha ability to forward received emails in two ways: "All" or "Selective" "ALL" FORWARDING This is a "global" setting that lets […]

Gmail Tip #32: Drafts!

Gmail now has the capability to save "Drafts" of your messages! This is a long-awaited feature that seems to have slipped in under the radar. Read on for more details... If you are in the middle of composing a message, but want to finish it later, just click on the "Save Draft" button now located […]

Gmail Tip #31: Improved and New Contacts Features!

The "Contacts" function has been enhanced to provide some additional functionality, and now adopts the familiar Gmail interface. Read on for the details... Gmail now displays a "Contacts" link in the left column under the "standard views" (Inbox, Starred, etc.) and just above the Labels. Clicking on the link brings up a nicely formatted display […]

Gmail Tip #30: Removing a Label

I just stumbled on this one. (Sometimes during a Beta period, you have to "find" new features yourself!) In the past, when you wanted to remove a Label from one or more messages, you would have to click on the desired Label on the left of the screen, select the message, and then click on […]

Gmail Tip #29: A Small Quirk With Gmail Notifys mailto: Handler

Read on to better understand a small idiosyncracy with Gmail's Gmail Notifier application... One cool feature of Gmail Notifier is that it can be configured to act as the default "mailto:" handler. When set up to do this. Gmail Notifier will open a Compose Window in a new browser window with the email address auto-filled […]

Gmail Tip #28: Gmail Notifier released to beta!

Those crazy yet wonderful Gmail Developers have once again brought us a new toy: Gmail Notifier! Read on to see what it is, what it can do, and how you can get it... The Gmail Notifier is a downloadable Windows application that alerts you when you have new Gmail messages. It displays an icon in […]

Gmail Tip #27: Adding Hotmail Contacts to Gmail

Do you have a lot of Hotmail contacts that you would like to add to your Gmail Contacts? "Montevino" submitted this tip on how to do just that. Read on to see how simple it is... By leveraging Gmail's new "Import Contacts" (see Gmail Tip #24), you can easily generate an importable file from your […]

Gmail Tip #26: Creating a Pseudo Address Group!

Gmail currently does not provide the facility to send emails to a Group or a List or email addresses. But thanks to an excellent tip submitted by "arianj", we now have a very doable workaround! Read on to see how to set up a pseudo Group Contact... Although Gmail doesn't currently support Groups in your […]

Gmail Tip #25: Find Your Unread Messages

Want a quick and easy way to view all of your "Unread" messages? Here's a neat tip submitted by Mark Worsham describing how... If you have assigned Labels and archived unread messages, finding them later can sometines be challenging. Simply create a Gmail Label named "Unread", and you will see all of your unread mail […]

Gmail Tip #24: New feature! Import Contacts

Once again, the hard working Gmail Developers have implemented yet another much-requested feature: Import Contacts! Read on for more details... For the best explanation of just how to Import Contacts, log into your Gmail account, click on Contacts, and click on the new "Import Contacts" link at the top of the Contacts screen. But what […]
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