• Gmail App Receives Complete Exchange Support

    Gmail App Receives Complete Exchange Support

    For all users of Gmail, Microsoft’s Exchange is now supported for dual delivery mail flow, meaning you will see both your Gmail and Exchange emails all in the same inbox.This makes the entire emailing process much more simplified for users of both services.
  • Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    Gmail For Android Adds Microsoft Exchange Support

    The Gmail for Android update now allows support for Microsoft Exchange, and users can download the latest version of the application from Google Play, though the rollout may take a few days to reach all users.Although some Gmail for Android users already had Exchange support, it was limited to owners of Google Nexus devices, while the update app offers support for all Android-based devices.
  • Gmail Will Soon Warn You if a Sender Can't be Authenticated

    Gmail Will Soon Warn You if a Sender Can't be Authenticated

    This week, Google is pushing the slightest of changes to their web and Android Gmail apps that should help inform you of potential risks ahead when accessing individual emails.Going forward, as emails flood into your inbox that can’t be authenticated by Google, they’ll replace the avatar of the sender with a big red question mark (see above).
  • Gmail Will Now Support Emails With Responsive Design

    Gmail Will Now Support Emails With Responsive Design

    Starting this month, Gmail will begin supporting emails made with responsive design.That means if an email has been created to automatically format differently depending on the screen size (the basic idea of responsive design), Gmail will allow that magic to happen.
  • Monday Poll: Do You Use Gmail or Inbox for Your Email?

    Monday Poll: Do You Use Gmail or Inbox for Your Email?

    All those features like bundling, snoozing and link saving, he can’t get enough of it.For me, I enjoy the basic, “it just works” approach to Gmail.
  • Gmail Increases File Attachment Size Limit to 50MB

    Gmail Increases File Attachment Size Limit to 50MB

    It's not uncommon to download files that are multiple gigabytes in size, but when it comes to emails, attachments are still very limited.That's no bad thing, because nobody wants their email client sat there downloading huge files.
  • Exchange Tasks Now Supported in Gmail App

    Exchange Tasks Now Supported in Gmail App

    Announced today, the Gmail app for Android users now supports Exchange Tasks, meaning no more fumbling between multiple apps to stay on top of the work you need to get done.As detailed by the Gmail team, this new feature will synchronize your tasks with Exchange, regardless of whether you’re on WiFi on mobile data connection.
  • Gmail Add-Ons Let You Do More From Your Inbox

    Gmail Add-Ons Let You Do More From Your Inbox

    So, Google is working to make your inbox more productive with the introduction of add-ons for Gmail.Now, it's relying on other developers to build Gmail add-ons for their apps.
  • Gmail App Now Lets You Send and Receive Money

    Gmail App Now Lets You Send and Receive Money

    The Gmail app on Android could be your new payment hub, assuming you are a fan of Google Wallet and need to send cash to people on the regular through email.Just like you have been able to on the web for some time, Google is adding an option in the Compose menu to send cash without much work.
  • Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Until now, the only way to view a video attachment in Gmail was to download it to your computer's hard drive and open it in a media player.The Web giant on Thursday announced that video attachements can be previewed in Gmail — no downloading necessary.