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20 Mar/12

Gmail Reports Why Mails Have Been Rated As Spam

Gmail Reports Why Mails Have Been Rated As Spam

Like many other email providers, Gmail is using anti-spam technologies to filter out spam messages automatically. These spam messages are then moved into the spam folder, and not into the mail inbox. That’s beneficial to the user, as it reduces the time it takes to go through all incoming emails.Gmail’s automated spam filter is relatively thorough when it comes to identifying spam messages. It can happen nevertheless that legit mail is identified as spam. That’s why many...

14 Mar/12

Offline Google Mail for Chrome

Offline Google Mail for Chrome

If you are a Google Mail user who is using the Gmail website to read emails, you know that you need a working Internet connection to access the emails. If you are not connected to the Internet, you cannot access your Gmail emails. There are options to work around this restriction, use a desktop email client for instance in addition to the online client, or use the Offline Google Mail extension for the Chrome browser.Offline Google Mail is an official extension, created by Google for users...

16 Mar/09

This Week’s Top Downloads [Download Roundup]

This Week’s Top Downloads [Download Roundup]

Ten Must-Have Gmail Filters Available for Download (GMail) Now that you can export and import email filters with Gmail, we’ve decided to compile some of our favorite filters for organizing your inbox into a single, handy download. Come and get it! Four Experimental Firefox Extensions We’re Into (Firefox) Every so often, Lifehacker rounds up Firefox add-ons that are too new for official approval, but seriously neat-looking. This batch can automate download management and image...




16 Mar/09

Iconix Truemark Email Identification Verifies Senders, Defeats Phishers [Downloads]

Iconix Truemark Email Identification Verifies Senders, Defeats Phishers [Downloads]

Windows only: Truemark Email Identification is a simple tool in the defense against fraudulent emails. Whether you’re in desktop or web-based email, you’re given instant visual verification that an email is legitimate. While there’s no substitute for a healthy dose of paranoia with a chaser of concern for privacy and security, Iconix Truemark complements any email setup. Truemark adds a small icon next to any corporate or web service’s name, but only if it’s...

16 Mar/09

Hotmail Finally Enables POP3 Worldwide [Windows Live]

Hotmail Finally Enables POP3 Worldwide [Windows Live]

The Windows Live team announces that POP3 access to Hotmail has been enabled worldwide, finally ending years of your email being trapped behind Microsoft apps. They’ve been rolling out these changes for a while now, with the US finally getting access last month, but POP3 access is finally available to everybody. Setting it up is fairly simple in most email applications—just create a new account using the following details from the Windows Live team: POP server: pop3.live.com...

16 Mar/09

Remains of the Day: The iPhone vs. Kindle Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The iPhone vs. Kindle Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Still hungry for those last few slices of tech and productivity? Dinner is served. iPhone vs. Kindle Slate’s Farhad Manjoo compares Kindle on the iPhone to Kindle proper. [Slate] There’s a Hotmail down! Gmail’s not the only web-based email experiencing some downtime this month. [Obsessable] Coming Soon: Batteries that Recharge in Three Seconds Yes please! [PC World] Time Management in the Age of Social Media GTD guru David Allen weighs in on productivity with Facebook...

5 Mar/09

Google Has a Semi-Secret Stand-Alone Task Manager [Task Manager]

Google Has a Semi-Secret Stand-Alone Task Manager [Task Manager]

Google Blogoscoped found a strangely unguarded task manager lurking on Google’s servers, similar to Gmail’s task widget but with a more keyboard-friendly, single-focus design. It might be a fluke one-off, or a nifty feature-in-progress. Update: Google has either gotten hip to the not-so-secret-ness of Google Tasks, or put it on a slim server that couldn’t quite handle the rush. The details and screenshot, however, remain presumably valid. There’s not a whole lot...

5 Mar/09

Our Favorite Reader-Customed Gmail Themes [Tip Testers]

Our Favorite Reader-Customed Gmail Themes [Tip Testers]

On Monday we highlighted a reader-customized, easy-on-the-eyes dark Gmail theme. Since then, several readers have submitted their custom Gmail themes to our Tip Testers Pool. Let’s take a look at the fruits of their creative labor. Most of the themes are pretty straightforward, the most interesting detail coming from the Obama Inspired theme, which includes a color palette snagged from the new WhiteHouse.gov. Thanks to haute negro (Gmail Light), Dan Paul Smith, orangebananas,...

4 Mar/09

Gmail Brings Back Search the Web Button [Gmail]

Gmail Brings Back Search the Web Button [Gmail]

We heard a small but loud outcry from disappointed readers when Gmail tweaked its buttons and removed the Search the Web button. If you were one of the disappointed users, we’ve got good news! The Search the Web button is back. (Fonte: Lifehacker) (Link) Technorati Tags: gmail, search the web, web button

3 Feb/09

Five Best System Tray Applications [Hive Five]

Five Best System Tray Applications [Hive Five]

The Windows system tray can be so much more than a parking lot for programs you don’t want cluttering up your task bar. Read on to see the five most popular tray tools readers can’t live without. Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite applications system tray applications, with an emphasis on applications that exist primarily in the tray. It was a broader topic to be sure but you replied in force and we’ve compiled a list of the top five contenders for the...

2 Feb/09

Gmail Adds Tasks to the iPhone, Mobile Browsers, and iGoogle [Gmail Labs]

Gmail Adds Tasks to the iPhone, Mobile Browsers, and iGoogle [Gmail Labs]

Google has just announced a new way to manage your Gmail Tasks from your mobile device or your iGoogle homepage. First, you’ll want to have enabled the new Tasks feature in Gmail Labs. Then, from your iPhone or other mobile device, just navigate to http://gmail.com/tasks to view, add, edit, or complete your tasks. If you want to add the Tasks gadget to iGoogle, just point your browser here. It’s nice to see Gmail Labs‘ simple new Tasks tool ramping up functionality, but...

24 Gen/09

Backup Delicious Bookmarks from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Backup Delicious Bookmarks from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Linux/Mac only: Social bookmarking service Delicious is a great way to save and share your bookmarks, but what happens if they go the way of JournalSpace and lose all your data? You need backups! Since Delicious is owned by Yahoo there isn’t a serious risk of complete data loss, but it’s better to have a local backup of your data than risk losing your account with no recourse for data retrieval. Since there are a number of ways to accomplish this, we’ll cover the geekiest...

24 Gen/09

Gmail Chat Adds Support for Embedded YouTube, Google Video [Google Chat]

Gmail Chat Adds Support for Embedded YouTube, Google Video [Google Chat]

Gmail Chat now supports inline, embedded videos from YouTube and Google Video. To use it, just paste the URL of the video into your web-based chat box and hit Enter. The video will automatically appear in a small embedded popup so you can enjoy it with your chat buddy from the comfort of Gmail. [via] (Fonte: Lifehacker) (Link) Technorati Tags: chat box, chat buddy, gmail, Google, web based chat, youtube

24 Gen/09

Merlin Mann Takes a Tour Through His Menu Bar [Show And Tell]

Merlin Mann Takes a Tour Through His Menu Bar [Show And Tell]

Productivity guru and Mac lover Merlin Mann walks through his favorite Mac menu bar applications, highlighting his favorite time-saving apps. We’ve actually covered most of the apps Merlin’s mentioned at one time or another in the past, including: Path Finder: Lifehacker readers voted Path Finder the best alternative Mac file manager, and we chose it as the number one app that should’ve been included in Leopard. Google Notifier: Mann has ditched Mail.app for Gmail, bringing...

23 Gen/09

GCompose is the Fastest Way to Compose a Gmail Message [Gmail]

GCompose is the Fastest Way to Compose a Gmail Message [Gmail]

When you want to quickly compose and fire off a message with Gmail, you’ve got a lot of options. Chances are none of them are as fast as gCompose. We’ve covered similar alternatives in the past, like our very own Supercharged GmailThis bookmarklet, but none of them offer the compose-and-return-to-work speed of gCompose. Instead of a regular Gmail compose window, gCompose speeds up the compose process by linking to the iGoogle Gmail gadget’s compose window, which strips...

15 Gen/09

Archive Instead of Delete Gmail Messages on Your iPhone or iPod touch [Video Demonstration]

Archive Instead of Delete Gmail Messages on Your iPhone or iPod touch [Video Demonstration]

If you stick with Mail’s default settings, every email you delete from your iPhone or iPod touch goes to your trash. It makes sense, but if you’re used to the Gmail life, you’re probably thinking “Archive.” The Official Gmail Blog has published a nice video walkthrough for how to set up Mail to archive instead of delete email from your iPhone. The video itself doesn’t explicitly talk about the whole Delete vs. Archive debacle, but if you set up your account...

14 Gen/09

Send & Archive Replies to and Automatically Archives Email [Gmail Labs]

Send & Archive Replies to and Automatically Archives Email [Gmail Labs]

If you’re all about reaching Inbox Zero, you’re probably used to immediately archiving an email once you fire off a reply to someone. With Gmail Labs’ new Send & Archive feature, it’s a no brainer. To enable Send & Archive, just head to the Labs tab in Gmail’s settings, enable Send & Archive, then apply your new settings. As the developer behind Send & Archive points, out, hitting Tab then Enter is all it takes with the new button. It’s...

14 Nov/08

Add Your Basecamp Projects to Gmail [Gmail Gadgets]

Add Your Basecamp Projects to Gmail [Gmail Gadgets]

If you keep your projects in order using 37signal’s excellent Basecamp webapp and you’re a Gmail user, a new gadget puts your project progress right next to your inbox. The Periscope Basecamp Gmail gadget works with the Gmail Labs’ experimental feature that lets third-party gadgets into Gmail’s sidebar. To enable this gadget, you’ve got to have a Basecamp account with the API enabled, a Periscope account (which stores your Basecamp login information), and Gmail...

14 Nov/08

Better Gmail Updates, Gets Calendar and Reader Integration [Lifehacker Code Update]

Better Gmail Updates, Gets Calendar and Reader Integration [Lifehacker Code Update]

All platforms with Firefox: Just uploaded a freshly-baked new version of the Better Gmail 2 Firefox extension, which includes several fixes and new user scripts. First, if you Redesigned skin lovers were bogged down by slowness, that’s been fixed. If the Gmail Labs’ Agenda gadget just isn’t enough for your calendar-in-Gmail needs, now you’ll find Michael Balazs’ excellent collapsible Calendar and Reader user script in the extension, as well as the Show Editable...

13 Nov/08

MailOnFeed Pushes Email to Your Newsreader [Email]

MailOnFeed Pushes Email to Your Newsreader [Email]

Web application MailOnFeed fetches email from an email account of your choosing, then converts the contents to an RSS feed you can subscribe to in your feed reader. Granted, if you’re a Gmail user you can already subscribe to feeds of your inbox or labels provided you’re using a newsreader with support for authentication. On the other hand, if you’re newsreader doesn’t support authentication (like Google Reader), you’re not using Gmail, or you’ve got...