Gmail Users Targeted in Phishing Attack A phishing attack, that has been confirmed by Inc. to be in existence for over a year, is gaining awareness. Gmail users are being targeted by hackers, infiltrating their inboxes. Once the cyber criminals gain access to a persons email account, they have the ability to review all recent incoming and outgoing messages. […]
Google’s Gmail spam filter is making it even easier to make sure you only get the email you want.
Gmail users now have the option of unsending email messages.
How to manage almost any email account with Gmail.
Test drive the new Gmail features that Google is experimenting with.
Reports are emerging of 5 million Gmail passwords leaked to Russian Bitcoin forum.
Handy Google Chrome extension blocks unsolicited emails.
A great tip for the absent minded or paranoid among you from Doug Aamoth at techtland.time.com.
For some Gmail users the tab interface is causing them to miss emails. Here is how to revert back to the non-tabbed interface.
Gmail features that make the powerful email application even better.
How to specify a background image for your Gmail.
What we do know is that the details of the FBI investigation into General Petraeus’ communications with Paula Broadwell have spurred much discussion about privacy, security and the wisdom of having a mail service like Google’s Gmail — which they used — archive your email forever.
If you want to do a little investigation to find out if someone hacked your email, you can do that now in Gmail or Yahoo mail.
Shortcut Keys are a great help and this is the easy way to reach them in Gmail
In the summer of 2011, Microsoft released a video internally – that called out Google for its acknowledged scanning of “content and context of Gmail as part of its ad system”. Recently the video was made public.
Invest a few minutes learning about some of Gmail’s advanced features, though, and you’ll go a long way to taming the overwhelming email assault most of us face every day. Here are ten of my favorite Gmail power tools and timesavers.
If you want to do a search, the usual choice is to go to Google.com and type in your search. What if you want to search in Facebook, LinkedIn, Wikipedia, or even your own Gmail or Google Docs account?
Gmail’s offering is one of the best available. Users can easily enable enhanced features through third-party sources Gmail Gadgets. In this article I will outline some of my favourite Gadgets.
Looking for the best way to make a phone call from your computer? With Gmail’s new Call feature, it’s simple – and calls to the US and Canada are free!
By Steve Hogan
In September of last year I covered the race for your mail. At the time Gmail had just passed AOL for the third place position among the leaders and there was speculation that the then new and still popular Gmail program would continue to gain ground on the leaders.
Who owns your email?
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By Steve Hogan
The echoing sound of “You’ve Got Mail” faded this summer as Google’s Gmail powered past AOL and captured the third place position among email servers.
With a growth rate of 46% over the past year some are saying Gmail will overtake Windows Live Mail/HotMail at the number 2 position by early in 2010. Possibly even as early as Feb. 2010.
IE8 Beta is gone and hopefully replaced by an improved RC1. A browser capable of remembering passwords doesn’t seem like too much to ask. With any luck at all the tabbed browsing and other improvements will be worth while because the browser will be able to render pages and do the small things that so far have escaped recent Internet Explorer releases.