Popular webmail services such as Outlook.com and Gmail have built-in tools that can help you manage unsolicited messages and mailing lists.
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Perhaps after a good night’s sleep you wake and think – I need to cancel that email! Today I’m going to teach you how to delete an email moments or even hours after it’s been delivered!
Inbox by Gmail is Google’s latest email service for iOS, Android and Google Chrome. Here’s a quick-look at some features to expect and how to get an invite.
No one likes ads when trying to be productive and trying to get 300 emails you out of the way. Here’s how to reduce gmail ads and make them less intrusive.
Your Gmail custom themes can be shared with other users – for example, if the whole family wants to have the same Gmail theme. Here’s how.
If you love Gmail as an email service but can’t stand the ads, I have a solution for ya. The Google Chrome add-on called Ad-blocker for Gmail removes ads from Gmail quickly and easily.
The Gmail undo feature allows you to cancel the sending of an email. Here’s how it works and how to set it up.
Gmail now allows you to star your favorite contacts. Just like the feature where you could star important emails, the same is now possible with contacts.
Make full use of a widescreen monitor by adding a second column of mail to your default Gmail inbox view. This can help prevent important emails from slipping by.
When Google introduced the Promotions tab in Gmail, it caused a lot of legitimate newsletters to be hidden from view. Here’s how to manage or disable it.
Gmail Meter is an unofficial Google Apps script which generates some useful statistics about your Gmail account. Here’s how to set it up and get your info.
Everyone loves to celebrate their birthday — usually anyway. With Google Calendar and an RSS reader like Feedly, you can easily remember the birthday of friends and colleagues.
Kloudless is a Chrome extension which allows you to save attachments from your Gmail account to cloud storage services, like Dropbox and Google Drive.
The new layout of the Gmail app in Android is much nicer and user friendly. However, the lack of the Delete button (trashcan icon) is annoying for some. Here’s how to get it back.