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Google Account Activity gives you a monthly summary of your account activity across many Google products

With Account Activity Reports you can learn what’s going on in your account, e.g. how many emails you have sent and received, how often you have searched on Google, from which countries you have logged in and how often your YouTube videos have been viewed. Every month the Account Activity Report will collect and summarise data across your Google account – e.g. sent emails or top searches. Data deletion at the data source, e.g. in […]


Enable desktop notifications in Chrome for Gmail, Chat & Calendar

Enable Chat & Mail Notifications for Gmail Gmail desktop notifications let you know when you have a new email or Chat message. When you enable these notifications, you’ll see a pop-up when new messages arrive so that even if you’re not looking at your Gmail, you’ll still know when someone wants to talk to you. For now, these notifications are available only if you use Google Chrome as your browser. Chat notifications are enabled by […]


Grant access to your Gmail account

You can delegate access to your Gmail to another person so they can read, send, and delete messages on your behalf. For example, you can grant your friend or parents to access your gmail account, so they can read and send mails on your behalf. You won’t be able to give anyone permission to change your account password or settings, or chat on your behalf.  Here’s how: Click the Settings link, and select the Accounts […]


Power of Gmail – Part 1

Which is your primary email account? gmail or yahoo or hotmail or rediffmail? Ok, leave it. Most of my friends are using yahoo and they hate gmail. I asked why, gmail got lots of features and why you hate it? It got free pop3, imap, labs etc. My friend replied “WTF dude, what is pop3 imap and all those stuffs? Why should we care about it? You know, the basic feature – folder wise arrangement […]


Adding Hotmail/Live account in your Gmail account

As of March 12, 2009, POP3 access is now available to Hotmail users worldwide. So now it is easy to get hotmail mails using POP3.
I have successfully added my Hotmail account into my Gmail account, so now I will get my Hotmails 😉 in my Gmail 🙂

You can import your hotmail messages to your gmail account. Go to the Accounts tab from Gmail’s settings page and click on “Add a mail account you own”. Check the the screen shots for the details.


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