Now Gmail can check for the mail you receive at your other email accounts.
You can retrieve your mail (new and old) from up to five other email accounts and have them all in Gmail. Then you can even create a customized ‘From:’ address, which lets you send messages from Gmail, but have them look like they were sent from another one of your email accounts.
Please note that you can only retrieve mail from accounts that have POP3 access enabled.
Learn more here
If you are looking for a Gmail invite, you can point your browser here:
To get Yahoo Mail Beta, just switch your content preference to Germany, France or UK.
Then you will be asked if you want to join the beta when you log into your Yahoo Mail.
Say yes, and join the beta.
Then from the options menu, change your content preference what it was before. Then go to Yahoo Mail again.
You should see Yahoo Beta.
If you don’t see it, go to options and click “Try Beta” button. That’s all.
How to change your content preference:
* log in to Yahoo Mail
* click Options
* select Account information from the left panel
* go to Member Information, General Preferences, Preferred Content
* select, for example, Yahoo UK
* click Finished
* go to Yahoo Mail
* you’ll see a page that says “It’s the New Yahoo! Mail Beta… and you’re invited.”
* click on “Try Beta Now”.
Notifier2 is a free windows program that allows you to monitor your multiple email accounts without having to log in. It sits obediently on your task bar and keeps a tab on your accounts. You can monitor multiple GMail, Hotmail or Yahoo accounts. Notifier2 also provides a preview for your email accounts. Only log in if you see some important emails come in. You can also send emails in 2 clicks using Notifier2. Weve saved countless number of hours for our users. Imagine all the surfing you can do instead.
Click on this link https://www.gmail.afraid.org/ and follow the instructions!
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Google Talk’s been integrated into many Gmail accounts by now, and while it’s pretty neat, the chat popup that appears any time you rollover someone’s name could drive anyone batty.
Happily Google expert Garett Rogers provides a Greasemonkey user script that disables the popup without having to shut off the chat feature entirely. Useful! Free download, Firefox and Greasmonkey only.
Via | Lifehacker.com
Google has announced plans to get Google Talk and AIM talking, but with a little elbow grease you can do that and more today.
Now that Google has opened up their Google Talk servers for federation with other Jabber servers, you can use Google Talk to connect to your friends on AIM, MSN, Yahoo or ICQ.
Here’s how, step-by-step with screenshots.
Via | Bigblueball.com