Tag: Inbox

Gmail’s re-design; too little, too late, too little

Back in May 2013, Google’s Gmail had made some changes to their user interface, but the fact was that not enough changes were made to the interface to make it attractive. Microsoft’s Outlook.com looks and acts far superior; it’s clean design and function speaks for itself. Plus, it’s the preferred layout that pretty much everyone …

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GMail To Offer Inbox Without Conversation View

I’d speculate I’m just one of the special people that don’t like the conversation thread view. It jacks up my whole thought processes. I like to see things in time order and sometimes when Gmail is attempting to do me a favor by organizing my emails, I can’t find them. The worst thing is to …

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Download: Rapportive – Social Plug-in For Gmail

When I don’t have to write access to my Thunderbird, with the plug-in for SocialMail, I like to utilize Firefox with the plug-in called Rapportive. It’s a plug-in for Firefox and chrome that replaces the ads in Gmail with user specific information and biographic information. It links up with Facebook, linked in, and other social …

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Coming Soon: Death to the FAX MACHINE – Rated [G]

I remember the days when fax machines were just coming out, and I remember the days when computers started coming with fax modems, and that was the beginning of the end for the FAX machine. I was working with Microsoft the other day on an issue [pertaining to work] and as I was talking to …

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Thunderbird v3b4 – impressions

I’ve been reporting on the progression of Thunderbird and they’ve released another beta. These are some things I noticed about the latest beta from Mozilla. I think that Mozilla is making improvements; they seem to be subtle and I still think it’s missing a social factor with not trying to connect with more social networking …

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Mozilla Thunderbird v3 b3 – A glance at some new stuff (review)

I download’d the latest beta from Mozilla for Thunderbird. I’m a big fan of Thunderbird and have been for many years. With each release it just keeps getting better. Even with the release of Google Wave, I’m still of the mindset that Thunderbird is the number one freeware email client. I download’d the latest version …

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Outlook: INBOX spelled backwards is a step forward.

When I think of Microsoft Outlook, I think of a PIM, Email, tasks and calendar, but at the same time I think it’s bloated, not flexible enough a memory hog and the search functions are sorely lacking. When you’re working with lots of information in one place you need to be able to get to …

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