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ehtan
3 weeks ago

I checked my Google account activity using the link at the bottom right of Gmail (saw this on an ITworld question last week, incidentally), and under “...

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ttopp
9 weeks ago

Is there a way to send money to someone directly over Gmail? If so, what is the process for doing so? I read an article about a new service that “competes...

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dbrown
13 weeks ago

I’m not sure that I like Google’s new “feature” that will allow strangers to use Google+ to send me potentially unwanted emails. Can I turn this off?

Tags: Gmail, google+ |
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nbetolli
20 weeks ago

How can I backup my Gmail e-mails just in case something were to happen to my Gmail account?

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