Google Gmail: Visual QuickStart Guide (Google eBook)

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Peachpit Press, Dec 21, 2005 - Computers - 128 pages
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Imagine never having to delete or file an old email--and still being able to find just the missive you need--and you begin to understand the incredible power of Google's new (free!) email service! With Google's legendary search engine as its backbone and offering an unheard of 1 gigabyte of storage space, Google's brand-new Gmail service promises to revolutionize the way we use email.

In this visual, task-based reference, author Steve Schwartz shows you exactly what you need to know to get your Gmail up and running fast--from determining system requirements to signing up for an account, configuring your system, sending and receiving email, fighting spam, managing email, using Gmail's labeling and filtering systems, and more. Simple step-by-step instructions, loads of screen shots, and a plethora of time-saving tips will have you up and running with Google's Gmail in no time.

  

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Contents

Setting Up a Gmail Account
1
Gmail Essentials
7
Working with Contacts
19
Receiving and Reading Mail
31
Composing and Sending Mail
49
Managing the Mail
67
Filtering and Searching for Mail
77
Gmail and POP
89
Keystroke Reference
103
Advanced Search Operators
105
Index
107
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Steve Schwartz has written hundreds of computer-related reviews and articles for magazines such as Macworld and PCWorld, in addition to more than 50 books, including Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide . He was a founding editor of Software Digest, the business applications editor of MACazine, and technical services director for Funk Software. Steve holds a doctorate in psychology and lives with his pets in the fictional town of Lizard Spit, Arizona. He can be reached via his official Web site: www.siliconwasteland.com.

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