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July 18, 2013, Category: Gmail · 1 Comment
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Gmail is an online mailing services from Google for free. Using this as secure webmail or via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. This service started initially on invitation basis in 2004 and later in February 7, 2007, it was made public. It has search-oriented interface using Ajax and runs on Google GFE/2.0 on Linnux. This email service became worldwide with over 425 million active users by 2012. Initially it only offered 2 GB of storage capacity per user and today you can use up to 15 GB of space for totally free.

Gmail email provides email services which can be used with a gmail account that can be used for other google services as well. The gmail uses different types of settings like SMTP, IMAP and POP3 for different purposes. The Gmail SMTP server settings are used for sending mail through Gmail from any other email program like mailing services provided by Yahoo, Hotmail, etc. The other IMAP server setting is for accessing incoming messages and online folders in any email program. POP3 setting is also used for accessing incoming messages.

The email users can also use a feature called spam filtering in Gmail which helps system to identify future messages for all Gmail users once that email has been marked as spam. The users can choose how to handle such particular messages. The email users get all their messages that can be chat messages or email or starred mail in just one huge database called inbox. The unread messages and read ones are indicated for ease of use. The users can send messages to any email addresses by going to ‘Compose’ index where you can enter message along with different types of attachments. Or you can just start chatting with your contacts who are online by using google chat facility. There is also a search facility in gmail making users able to search his gmail account.

The gmail is giving security features to it’s users by asking them to provide alternate email address or take a security question to help in future if some security threats rises. There is also a new security feature by warning users through email if there is some state sponsored attacks.

 

 

 

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