Just a few days, I went searching for a new way to automatically include HTML/rich text signatures into my e-mails in Gmail. Well now I don’t need to worry about that any more as Gmail has added rich text signatures directly to its interface. Just head to your Settings page, and scroll down to the… Continue reading Gmail Adds Rich Text Signatures
In a couple of days I will have had my iPad for an entire month. In the past four weeks, my laptop and desktop machines have seen a considerable drop in use from me as the iPad has taken over several functions I had used them for. The apps represented in my Top 12 Favorite… Continue reading My 12 Favorite Apps for the iPad that Rock! – May 2010 Edition
Remember Zumbox which offers you the ability to receive mail virtually instead of at your doorstep? Well what if you’re still getting physical mail, but need to get to it from anywhere? MailboxForwarding is a company that will receive your forwarded mail and optionally scan its contents for you. You can then retrieve info about… Continue reading MailboxForwarding receives, scans your mail, makes it available on the Web
I much prefer to receive e-mail than snail mail (unless they’re checks!) and so I’m really like the idea of this new service called Zumbox. It’s a paperless mail/postal system. Zumbox has created a virtual mailbox for each street address in the US and anyone can send virtual mail to your Zumbox mailbox. Now, this… Continue reading Receive your snail mail virtually with a Zumbox
Gmail has 2 cool new features. The first can be really useful for those of us who frequently get e-mail from all over the world – language translation. Just head into your Gmail Labs section, look for Message Translation and enable. Messages in foreign languages will now have a link to translate. I was surprised… Continue reading Gmail’s 2 latest features: Translation and Import from other accounts
Autopilot is the latest Gmail Labs product and it’s a doozy. If you are innundated with e-mail, and need some more efficient way to deal with it, including replying, then consider Autopilot. Simply set some settings like Brevity, and Capitalization and let Autopilot write those e-mails for you. Autopilot looks at your past history to… Continue reading Gmail rolls out e-mail Autopilot
Gmail 2.0 for mobile phones, particularly Blackberry and phones with Java (J2ME), is here. What’s new? Better performance, multiple account support, keyboard shortcuts and best of all, offline support. Good intro video. Download from m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser.
There’s a new kid on the Webmail block – GMX.com. GMX Internet Services, Inc. claims to have over 10 million Internet mail accounts, and has attracted 100,000 users in the beta testing of their new webmail service. Built with a lot of AJAX features, the GMX interface resembles Outlook and Hotmail more than Gmail or… Continue reading New free Webmail service – GMX.com