Archive for September 10th, 2011
Good news for all the Gmail users as here is the extra bit for your emails now. Creative minds behind the Gmail are offering users an easy way to make the whole inbox offline. Which means you will be able to access and send emails offline.
This new feature will be quite helpful for those who access their inbox from various Gadgets or desktop Gmail client. Now we all can access our previous emails offline while we will be able to send emails as well.
All emails sent offline will be stored in outbox, untill any web connection is available. Once it get connected it will be sending all the emails from outbox.
How to Setup Offline Gmail Inbox Settings
To get started with making your emails offline simply click gear icon in the upper-right and select Mail settings at the top of the Gmail page.
Click on Offline tab to configure the settings. Remember at this time you should have downloaded gears to work out with this situation, else Gmail will prompt you to download it first. If downloaded you have allow the permissions to access your inbox for download all email data.
Depending upon the size of your inbox all emails will be downloaded and will be available for an instant access. You can also pause the downloading at any time.
Note: Offline Gmail works only on Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 7.0, 8.0 and Mozilla Firefox versions 3.0 to 3.6. This feature will be soon available with Chrome users only, as google has depreceted the Google Gears which was available with other browsers as well.