Posted on September 4, 2010 by Greg West
We have all pushed the SEND button in our email client program and immediately yelled: “NO, STOP”. But of course the email just kept on processing out to that person who is going to be really upset now.
We are talking about sending out those emails when you are not at your best. Those emails that can really piss people off and that you immediately wished you could take back.
NOW YOU CAN STOP THOSE NASTY/MEAN/EMBARRASSING EMAILS…At least you can if you are a gmail user. If not, well, sorry about your luck. Maybe this is the time to switch to gmail.
GMAIL USERS go to Settings and click on the tab:
Scroll down to “Undo Send” and click on the drop down arrow to set the delay time at 30 secs or whatever you desire.
Now if you send out that email that you will regret later IT IS YOUR OWN DAMN FAULT lol.
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Posted on July 4, 2010 by Greg West
Get better email service
WHAT’S THAT? YOU DO NOT USE gmail? ARE YOU CRAZY???
gmail just keeps on getting better and better and better
AND IT SAVES YOU TONS OF MONEY IN SOFTWARE TOO…
Posted by Marc Miller, Software Engineer @ Google
If you receive Microsoft® Word files as attachments in Gmail, you can now view them with a single click — no need to download, save, and open files with a desktop application when you just want read them. The Google Docs viewer that allows you to view .pdf, .ppt, and .tiff files in your browser now supports .doc and .docx formats too.
Just click the “View” link at the bottom of a Gmail message and the viewer will take it from there. If you decide you want to edit the file, clicking “Edit online” will open it in Google Docs, or you can download it to your desktop from there.
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