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    Grant Access to Your Gmail Account with Email Delegation

    December 17, 2010
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    Gmail is allowing you to manage your multiple accounts more efficiently by introducing a new feature known as “Email Delegation”. Email Delegation is a feature which allows you to grant access to other Gmail user to manage your account. With the help of Email Delegation feature other Gmail users whom you have grant the access can check your inbox and reply to emails on your behalf. You don’t have to worry about other factors chat or ...

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    The 3 Phases of Email marketing

    December 11, 2010
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    Sending e-mail with quality content is still one of the most powerful ways to market any product online. Forget about Twitter and Facebook for a second. I believe that email marketing is still number one. This is how I’m doing it. Email still works Let me tell you this; it doesn’t matter if you’re going to send just one email, or do an entire email campaign, if it’s business related and you are looking to ...

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    Will Facebook’s new Messaging System kill Gmail?

    November 17, 2010
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    We are all aware of the pace at which Facebook is advancing. Before the Web 2.0 Summit, Zuckerberg revealed that around 350 million users make use of Facebook messages and exchange approximately 4 billion messages every day and these are personal messages alone excluding those sent by Groups or Pages. These numbers show us why Facebook would want to have its own messaging system. According to comScore, Gmail has 193.3 million users, Hotmail/Windows Live has ...

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    Facebook Launching Email service? @fb.com

    November 13, 2010
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    Facebook is the largest social networking site and one of the popular sites around the globe. If you have missed recent techcrunch article about Google and Facebook cold war. This war started when Google blocked Facebook API access to get the contacts from Google and later on Facebook added another way to import contacts from Gmail (Upload contact file). In reply Google added a notification on contact download page saying, You have been directed to ...

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    Rapportive Browser Addon: Get Info about Email Sender

    November 9, 2010
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    How many times have you recieved an Email from a legit but unknown person and un-knowingly you delete those Emails.  It happened to me many times and I’m sure it must have happened with you too at some point of time. Today we are going to learn about Rapportive which shows the social media profile and recent public social media activities of Email sender. In recent days I hardly covered any browser extension apart from ...

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    Send Emails in your Own Handwriting: Pilot Handwriting

    July 23, 2010
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    Do you love your Handwriting? Want to write in your own Handwriting on Computer? You can now convert your handwriting into a digital font, Pilot Handwriting is an amazing service which let you do the same. Your own Handwriting will give a personal touch to the written documents. Pilot Handwriting is an easy to use service

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    How to Browse Unread messages Quickly in Gmail

    March 11, 2010
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    I’m an avid user of Gmail and its one of my favorite email web client. I receive almost 200+ email in one day in which almost 150 Emails are important. I have a bad habit of checking Email via my iPhone and sometime I skip reading many emails.   I didn’t realize but due to this habit I have lots of email in my inbox. One tip from me , If you want to be ...

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    Best Free Disposable Email Providers List

    March 6, 2010
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    There are many Free disposable Email service providers which helps you to quickly get Email account for certain time limit and you can use it to sign up for many online forum and newsletter and keep your Email Inbox free of marketing and advertisement Emails, which you get after signing up a forum or for a newsletter. One of my Facebook friends asked, Which is the first site that you visit when you wake up in the ...

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