Here’s a new feature, a real handy one. Gmail now can prioritize your emails based on the emails your read most. So if you receive a lot of emails,this is exactly what you need.
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Now you can recover your gmail password via sms! Setting it up is easy, all you need to do is to turn it on by logging into your Google Accounts. Under Personal Settings – Security: Click on Change password recovery options. Then you are taken to the Account Recovery Options page. For setting the new feature of text messaged code, all you need to do is to select the country from the drop down and input the mobile number and your good to go!
Easy eh! Have you done yours yet? I have
Attachment sizes are always difficult on emails. My office has a sad 3MB file attachment limit! Yes, 3 bloody MB! So as you can already tell, most documents get bounced off the wall most of the time so i use my Gmail to send those emails which get blocked. There used to be a 10MB limit by gmail, but not anymore!
Now you can attach a 25MB attachment (provided the other party can handle that size! A smart move if you asked me! Very soon the world of webmail will be all gmail but i wont be too sure competition will be resting on their laurels to this move!
“With Gmail, you can send and receive messages up to 25 megabytes (MB) in size. Please note that you may not be able to send larger attachments to contacts who use other email services with smaller attachment limits. If your attachment bounces, you should invite them to Gmail,” suggests Google.
On a separate note, who has heard of 15mb attachments on emails before this?! Amazing how we have all this space now ha! Try googling 25mb on google image, you get images of pen drives