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Consumer watchdogs tear into Google's new e-mail service

...of storage - up to 500 times more than other leading free services - and provide a quicker, cleaner way to search e-mailboxes. Most e-mail messages opened on Gmail won't even contain ads, according to Google. Nevertheless, critics say...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/08/liv_411429.shtml
Life & style
Google entering free e-mail fray, but letters will lead to advertising

...Gmail also will enable its users to type a keyword into a built-in search box to find information contained in their e-mailboxes within a matter of seconds. For now, Mountain View, Calif.-based Google is only opening up the service to invited...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/02/bus_410773.shtml
Business
Prevention is easier than repair

...habits. Unlike old viruses, which spread only through shared diskettes, the Internet brings viruses straight to the e-mailbox. If e-mail with an attachment comes from an unknown sender, or unexpectedly from a known sender, it should not be...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/08/04/tec_316895.shtml
XXX Technology
Overwhelmed by e-mail

...Sreenivasan jokes of those who actually sign up for his lists. Experts do have a few tips for dealing with an unruly e-mailbox. "On the receiving side, you have to prioritize," Yaverbaum says. Sreenivasan, for example, goes through his...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/07/19/tec_293075.shtml
XXX Technology
Type A or typo? E-mail writers delete the rules of spelling

...and finds herself scurrying to answer more than 30 e-mails a day. By the end of last year, there were 335 million e-mailboxes -- more than one per person -- in the United States, according to the trade publication Messaging Online. That...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/04/01/tec_285601.shtml
XXX Technology
New items of interest

...the Net continuously, and e-mail obsessives who'll buy any inexpensive gizmo that will keep them wired to their e-mailboxes. The IT-380 E-Mail Link also works with Mail Call, a text-to-voice remote e-mail service. If you can't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/26/tec_259981.shtml
XXX Technology
What makes for good free e-mail

...have access to a swift, new Web-surfing machine, you can turn any old Windows-tolerant PC with a modem into an e-mailbox by using Juno's free -- but non-Web-accessible -- e-mail software, which comes with its own dialer program...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/08/16/tec_236224.shtml
XXX Technology
In-Box Direct saves surfing time

...Navigator 3.0 and its built-in e-mail reader. It lets World Wide Web publishers send web pages directly to your e-mailbox. While Netscape has pioneered this move and has already signed up more than 20 information providers, the technology...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/10/24/met_200150.shtml
Metro
'Always on' technology merges phones, fax and e-mail

...to a digital .wav sound file, then deliver it to an e-mailbox, usually with an icon that distinguishes the message...caller leaves a voice message, which gets sent to the e-mailbox. The messages, whether voice or text, can be accessed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/11/12/tec_326101.shtml
XXX Technology
Junk mail invades the Internet

...future" (to quote one I've seen) are coming to an e-mailbox near you: the chance to purchase bulk quantities of...for the privilege of dumping their messages into your e-mailbox. One way the program might work is to allow you to tell...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/09/08/met_199471.shtml
Metro
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