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Google is no longer offering a free version of Google Apps for businesses.
Instead of having a choice between a free and a premium version, businesses wishing to use Google Apps now have to pay $50 per user, per year.
This version gets them 24/7 phone support, a 25GB inbox, and a 99.9% uptime guarantee.
On the upside, things won’t change for existing customers, i.e. they’ll still be able to continue using the free version.
Furthermore, Google Apps is still free for individuals, and Google Apps for Education will continue to be free for schools and universities.
Use Facebook as email, sounds unusual. Well, the social networking giant Facebook can be also used like a email service. We guide you to know how to use Facebook as email.
You must have a username. If you don’t have why not set one at Setting page. Your username is your email address. For example, my username is techinusrock then my Facebook email address will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can use your email address on various sites. The best example is subscribing for daily emails from TechInUs. Lets try it, open this page and type your email@example.com in “Your email address” field.
3. Reading mails
For reading emails, go to Facebook > Messages > Other Messages. You will find a email from firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Activate your Email Subscription to: TechInUs“. Click on expand and open the link in the email to get daily emails from TechInUs. You can also send the message to Inbox.
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The data for October released by ComScore, Gmail saw 287.9 million unique worldwide visitors during the period, defeating out Microsoft’s Hotmail, which finished with 286.2 million unique visitors. The findings were first reported by GigaOM.
In third place was Yahoo, the once mighty e-mail power, with 281.7 million, according to ComScore. Yahoo, however, holds a comfortable lead in the United States with 76.7 million, compared to second-place Gmail with 69.1 million and third-place Hotmail with 35.5 million.
Google’s Internet search engine is getting more personal by highlighting information drawn from its users’ Gmail accounts on its main results page.
The feature announced Wednesday marks Google’s latest attempt to deliver data that people are seeking more quickly as it tries to maintain the dominance of its lucrative Internet search engine.
Google Inc. is initially testing the feature with 1 million Gmail users who must sign up to participate.
Gmail’s more than 425 million users already can search within their e-mail accounts to find something they need, such as an order from Amazon.com or an airline reservation.
Now, Gmail users who join the trial will be shown a list of relevant e-mails on Google’s main search results page if the correspondence contains a word entered in a search request.
SAN FRANCISCO: A French startup behind email applications for Apple gadgets has been bought by Google as the Internet titan increasingly tailors hit software to run on its rival’s hardware.
Sparrow co-founder and chief executive Dominique Leca announced on Friday that the Paris-based startup’s team will go to work on Gmail, Google’s free Web-based email service.
“We’re joining the Gmail team to accomplish a bigger vision,” Leca said. “While we’ll be working on new things at Google, we will continue to make Sparrow available and provide support for our users.”
A Sparrow email application for iPhones became available for purchase in Apple’s online App Store in March, and a version of the software for Macintosh computers has been available since early last year.
“The Sparrow team has always put their users first by focusing on building a seamlessly simple and intuitive interface for their email client,” a Google spokesperson said.
“We look forward to bringing them aboard the Gmail team, where they’ll be working on new projects.”
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The acquisition came as Google ramped up software offerings that compete with custom programs that Apple builds into its iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.
Google last month took the Web browser battle to iPads and iPhones with the release of Chrome software for popular Apple devices built with Safari online surfing programs at heart.
Safari remains the default browser used in Apple gadgets and the “engine” that Chrome or other Web-surfing applications rely on to function.