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GMail
Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well via POP3 or IMAP protocols. Gmail's spam filtering features a community-driven system: when any user marks an email as spam, this provides information to help the system identify similar future messages for all Gmail users.
Here are the latest news about GMail:

06.03.17 Exchange Tasks now available on Gmail app


Last year Google added support for Exchange accounts in Gmail app for Android so you can use one familiar mail app for both work and personal business. Now you can also sync your tasks with Exchange so you can always stay on top of your task list, even when you’re on the go. You can create a task, edit its date or priority, and flag an email as a to-do for later response. With a unified tasks list, it's easy for you to focus on your important tasks and check things off the list once you’re done. The simple swipe to mark as complete can be just as rewarding. Gmail app for Android is enterprise-ready, so your IT department can securely deploy it. Gmail app also works with managed configurations so you can skip any complicated setup steps.



2016 Gmail for iOS Gets Undo Send button


This is the first time in four years Google has updated its iOS app for Gmail. The new version is a lot like the Android version, which has been present on Android devices for the past two years. The new design is the result of customer demand for “highly requested features” like easier message deletion, easier archiving and easier email management, he said.  One of the welcome features is “Undo Send,” which already exists on Google's desktop Inbox service. Undo send gives users a short window of opportunity to recall an email.  Google also improved search and spelling suggestions for terms in search.



2014 New GMail for Android supports third-party email providers


Google rolled out Gmail 5.0 app for Android with a new, modern design and support for all types of non-Gmail email accounts. In the past Gmail's app was limited to Gmail or Google Apps accounts only. You can now set up a separate inbox for, say, your Yahoo Mail or Outlook.com addresses using POP/IMAP. Gmail 5.0 for Android also has a redesigned user interface that sports a more modern look in line with Google's new Material Design language that guided many of the changes in the upcoming Android Lollipop update. The update also adds a few navigational improvements that make the app easier to use, including a new reply button at the bottom of messages and design tweaks that make it easier to switch between different accounts and inbox categories on tablet versions of the app.



2014 Google unveiled its Email 2.0 service



Google has a new email app and it aims to help you manage your messages by surfacing important information and allowing you more control over your to-do list. It’s called Inbox and it is available through an invite-only system for now. The main idea of the new app is "inbox zero” — an inbox free of much of the rubbish that lands in your Gmail on any given day. The app features Bundles, which will group together similar kinds of messages, Highlights, which puts important emails front and center and ability to create Reminders that will alert them about various tasks. According to Google, Inbox will ultimately be a replacement for Gmail, although this isn’t going to happen any time soon.



2014 Google+ users now can send messages to your GMail inbox


Google continues searching opportunities to promote its social network Google+. At this time - at the expense of GMail. If you use GMail - know that now anyone on Google+ (even without knowing your email address) is be able to send email-messages to your GMail-inbox. But if you do not want to receive these new commercial/spam offers - you can disable this feature (in GMail Settings) or allow only your "Google+ circles friend" to email you. On the other hand, if you're on the other side of marketing - you now have the great opportunity to contact those people that you previously couldn't contact. You just need to find these people on Google+ before they disable this feature in their GMail settings.