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Gmail still at it

Friday, December 16, 2005

The people behind gmail keep adding features to their mailprogram, and I have to say, I like it (even) better and better. Most of the time the conversation style of the mails are a clear and understandable way of reading and keeping up with your email (except when people change the subject).

The last weeks they seem to be implementing new stuff almost every day. They added auto-save (got to love that!), the possibility to view Office documents and pdf as html (very handy, as my pc's keep crashing and I'm too lazy too install Office time and time again), rss feed, a vacation auto-responder (not that I will have any vacation this year), contact groups (nice! I now have a way to put all the students for a course in one group, just one click and I've reached them all!) and last but not least: Gmail mobile!! Gmail is finally accessible via the mobile phone or any other mobile device through http://m.gmail.com. Now, sadly I don't have a mobile phone yet, that understand those kind of things. Maybe I could try it with my psp. Oh the link to all the new features of gmail: http://mail.google.com/mail/help/about_whatsnew.html

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  1. Blogger Pip | 16/12/05 14:22 |  

    But no RSS feed for that page, booo!

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