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GMail screenshotsGmail has instant search results and lets you filter and label, so you can rapidly get to the hight-priority stuff in an overcrowded email. These days you expect to be online, so you can download just for a local offline 'cache' or backup. Do this and it will change the way you think of enterprise email. Gmail is a strong Google product. Gmail for your domain is a reliable, web hosted, email alternative that still offers Pop3 access for local copies. See also GMail alternatives

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Gmail started as an invitation-only beta release on April 1, 2004 and it launched to the basic public on February 7, 2007, though still in beta version at that time. The solution was updated from beta version on July 7, 2009, along with the rest of the Google Apps package.

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With an initial disk space capacity offer of 1 Gb per user, Gmail significantly increased the email standard at no cost disk space from the 2 to 4 Mb its rivals such as Hotmail provided at that time. Personal Gmail messages, including attachments, may be up to 25 Mb, which is larger than many other mail applications support. Gmail has a search-oriented front-end and a conversation view alike to an Web discussion board. Gmail is noted by web programmers for its pioneering use of Ajax. Gmail works on Google Gfe/2. 0on Linux.

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Gmail Mobile is a edition of Google's Gmail email solution. It is a no-cost solution, designed to provide access to Gmail from mobile devices such as cell smartphones, or mobile phones. Gmail Mobile provides many of the functions as Gmail provided effectively to smaller, mobile diplays. Users have the opportunity to create, read, archive, reply, forward, mark unread, add a star, add custom labels or trash email messages. On September 22, 2009 Google added Push Mail support to its Gmail solution using Google Sync for Iphone and Ipod Touch platforms.

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