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[21 Dec 2008 | No Comment | ]

The tireless guys and gals at Google have just made Gmail even better by adding PDF viewing support. The new feature lets you view PDFs in your browser without the need to have a PDF reader locally installed on your machine. Simply click on the ‘View’ button next to the PDF attachment in an email message and the PDF will be opened in a new window.

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[12 Nov 2008 | No Comment | ]

The team behind PDFescape have made a great move by adding a Google login option. Going forward, users with a Gmail account (sorry Google Apps users, you’ll have to wait) can use their Gmail login details to login to PDFescape.

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[26 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Finally, after 3 years of struggling to hold onto my copious amounts of email and various document attachments, and battling with Outlook interfacing (poorly) with my Exchange Server, and Google Apps, I’ve found a solution.
As you can imagine, dragging and dropping email from one mailbox to another using IMAP, or POP3, just doesn’t cut it when you’re talking about 4-5 GB (ok, yeah, a few years of emails, I was never that good with deleting unrequired email).
But now — all of my problems have been solved – the Google Email …

Document Management »

[25 Aug 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

For the past few years I have been using Gmail to handle my work and personal email accounts. But I was starting to wonder if it could possibly handle more than just mail, document storage perhaps? A quick search on my trusty friend Lifehacker revealed the answer: yes, Gmail can indeed be used for document storage. In fact, there is a small ecosystem of extensions surrounding Gmail that make using Gmail as a document management system a real possibility for some. Here are, what appear to be, the top 3 …