This video will show you how to use Mozilla Thunderbird to download your e-mail so that you can back it up and organize it from your desktop.
This video takes it’s base from a Lifehacker project that shows you how to check your Gmail over the phone. For this project, you will need a Gmail account and a Jott account.
This video goes through how to enable “Labs” in Gmail so that you can enjoy extra features.
The purpose of this video is to show an e-mail security flaw using telnet that allows hackers to send e-mails using anyone’s e-mail address. Thankfully, many major e-mail providers have software that blocks this. My intention is to make people aware of this flaw so that other e-mail providers can protect themselves as well. An example program for protection can be found at http://www.zsty.com/email.
This tip shows you how you can create unlimited e-mail addresses with your Gmail address for the purposes of organizing your incoming e-mail.
Greasemonkey is a scripting tool that allows for cool add-ons to enhance your web experience. Once such Greasemonkey script is theÂ Modified Gmail Macro that allows you to add cool shortcuts to your Gmail.
Organize your E-mail inbox by labeling e-mail by filtering out e-mail with common subjects, e-mail address or content and them categorize them with color-coded labels.
This tip will show you how to organize your Gmail contacts into groups so that you can send an e-mail to several people at once just by typing a few letters.