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Take it easy: Gmail search and archiving

7 years agoTechnology : KnowIT

Some days I feel as though I’m well behind the curve. Today is one of those days. I’ve been using Gmail for probably a year now as my main email channel. I also surprised myself by preferring the web interface. I seldom read emails directly in the Inbox. Most emails are filtered to [...]
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