Hacking GMail

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Wiley, Jan 4, 2006 - Computers - 284 pages
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  • The first book to unlock the true power behind Gmail, Hacking Gmail will immediately appeal to Google and Gmail fans
  • This is serious, down-and-dirty, under-the-hood, code-level hacking that will have readers eliminating the default settings, customizing appearance, disabling advertising, and taking control over their Gmail accounts
  • Covers turning Gmail into an online hard drive for backing up files, using it as a blogging tool, and even creating customized Gmail tools and hacks
  • Shows readers how to check their Gmail without visiting the site; use Gmail APIs in Perl, Python, PHP, and other languages, or create their own; and maximize Gmail as a host for message boards, photo galleries, even a blog

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User Review  - Dr. Amiruddin Alauddin - Goodreads

Informative but not as good as what was taught to me by a certain young man from Amsterdam with amazing 1st. hand knowledge. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Armed only with a PowerBook and some fine pipe tobacco, Ben Hammersley is a journalist, writer, explorer, and an errant developer and explainer of semantic web technology. He’s also liable to spread his dirty, dirty words over at The Guardian.
As an Englishman of the clichéd sort, Ben’s angle brackets always balance, and his tweed is always pressed. He’s not worn trousers for six months now. Ask him about it sometime.

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