Google has finally rolled out a feature which is for the first time on the web, Chat via Video or Audio from within your Gmail Inbox with an excellent sound and video quality.
This chat function will work from any PC with with the internet connection running on any of the popular OS like Windows XP and Vista along with Macs with OS X 10.4 or later. As for browsers, all major browsers including Google Chrome, Firefox 3, IE, Opera etc. are supported by this new feature. This feature will be available for mobile users soon.
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It’s not a usual sight that you see Gmail down and giving a 502 (temporary) error. But what if it does for unknown reasons and that also when you replying to an urgent email?
Google OS blog have come u with an interesting list of URLs from where you can access Gmail when it’s down. One of them might just work during outages at the Gmail datacenters.
We have come across several new additions and releases by Google in the recent past, such as canned responses in Gmail, AdSense integration with Analytics and the release of Gmail Mobile 2.0.
Another new feature has been added to Gmail today which is one of the most requested features. Yep, you are right! It’s the smiley/emoticon support for emails.
Since you all know Gmail is one of the most popular email services available, you can also use it to send quick messages to your friends and colleagues without having to type long stuff in the text body area.
Every now and then, the official Gmail blog give out tips which can help you use Gmail in a more productive way. Just like the tip I shared about Web Clips in Gmail. They have again shared another tip on how to send empty messages.
Gmail is one of the most popular email services available. I use a popular desktop client, Thunderbird, to receive my Gmail mails and it is my default email client to send emails.
But for people who do not have a mail client configured for their browsers, Firefox 3 has a built-in feature by which they can configure Gmail as the default email client. This trick will enable you to automatically open Gmail when clicked on a mailto link.
A couple of days ago Gmail introduced a filter option by which none of your important emails would be sent to it’s hungry spam bin, and today I would like to share a Gmail tip with you all. You must have visited the headlines once or twice from the Web Clips at the top of your Inbox.
This Web Clips option covers the latest headlines from popular sources like HSBC, New York Times, etc. If you are not interested to read that stuff, and would rather would like to read content from your own feeds, you can change these settings from the Gmail settings itself.
Last night, somehow, I stumbled upon Tricks4Fun where I found this cool trick to open Gmail and Orkut faster. This trick can be a really very useful for people who use slow dial-up connections. :D
Faster Gmail Interface
To check your mails in a fast way, then simply open http://m.gmail.com and login in with your username and password. Pretty simple, eh? Actually, this interface was created for cell phone users, who want to check their mails. So, slow internet users can take advantage of this and use this to check their mails. :)
Faster Orkut Login
As you all know, that the main Orkut page consists of number of images and that heavy login box. So, just to skip that you can use this alternate log-in page to login your Orkut account. Just point your browser to this url and the log-in page will open. :D