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Gmail

(Google MAIL) Google's free Web-based email service, which is supported by text advertising similar to Google's Web search. Launched in 2004, Gmail offers 15GB of mailbox storage, allowing users to keep their mail on Google servers indefinitely for future reference. Gmail provides sophisticated searching of message content and keeps message threads for easy review. In 2006, Google's instant messaging was integrated into Gmail but was discontinued in 2015 (see Google Talk).

Gmail is included in the subscriber-based G Suite service but without advertising. See G Suite, Gmail Tap, Gmail labels, Gmail tabs and Google.
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A hacker made Podesta believe that his account had been compromised and made him change his password on a pseudo screen that looked just like the actual Google email login screen.
After hijacking a user's communication, researcher signed in the user's Google Email and clicked "forget the password".
the Google email credentials used in the Pokemon Go account.
FullContact already supports two-way sync between iCloud and multiple Google email accounts and will launch support for Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange starting in April.
Police also quizzed people with whom Pushkar was in contact on her Yahoo and Google email accounts in her last days.
He lost irreplaceable pictures on his Mac; his iPhone and iPad data was also wiped; and he lost all his many years of Google email.
Be cautious of companies using a free Yahoo or Google email address.
military contractors and tried to gain access to the Google email accounts of U.
With Gmail (including Google email security, powered by Postini), Google Calendar, and integrated IM, users can stay connected and work together with ease.
It said hackers tried to steal the passwords of hundreds of Google email account-holders, including those of senior government officials, Chinese activists and journalists.
In addition, Gmail is a Google email application that is easy to integrate within an online course, and it is accessible via handheld/mobile devices.