If you want to tap into the power and cloud storage offered by Google’s Gmail service, but don’t necessarily like the Gmail apps put out from Mountain View, then you’ve got plenty of choice when it comes to alternatives.
Add-Ons are like Chrome extensions but for work Gmail
What’s that? It’s 9pm on a Sunday night and your boss just sent you an email, subject line “URGENT”?
Labels are Gmail’s secret weapon that let you organise your inbox on your own terms.
Let's hope nobody had switched on data roaming.
The IT guy responsible is having a very bad Monday indeed.
Well, this is a surprising development.
That's according to the third instalment of Wikileaks's hacked emails from Hilary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta.
Sneaky way to try to stop the user hemorrhage.
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Scammers sent spoof invoices to a huge German firm – and the money started rolling in.
Many messages come with embedded code designed to tell the sender when (and even where) you open them up, and there are ways of spotting this kind of email tracking.
It would be funny, if the messages weren’t so heart-breaking.
Users were convinced a piece of corporate email drudgery was so poor that it must've been hacked.
“Mike” (portrayed above) is a real person and his email party is now over.
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