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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Google Launches IMAP Support for Gmail

Earlier this week Google launched a new IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) service for Gmail that allows users to sync Gmail with e-mail clients.

"It keeps the same information synced across all devices so that whatever you do in one place shows up everywhere else you might access your e-mail," said David Murray, associate product manager, in a blog post.

You can enable IMAP in your Gmail account by clicking Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP and then checking the "Enable IMAP" OPTION.

Nice. I've been looking for a way that makes sense to use Gmail on my Treo 750.

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