How to archive all Gmail

If you’ve been using your corporate Gmail account for a while already you may run out of space provided by Google. Once this happens you won’t be able to create new documents and receive new emails from your customers which may be a huge problem. Archiving Gmail may be a good solution for this issue. … Continued

How to archive Gmail and then recover


If you archive Gmail, it is a good way to keep your Gmail inbox in order. You can send the messages that you do not need anymore to the archive instead of deleting and be sure that they will be still accessible in case of emergency. (Remember that emails are deleted from the Gmail trash folder … Continued

How to activate canned responses in Gmail


If you send similar emails to different people everyday you can significantly save your time by switching on the “Canned responses” feature in Gmail. It helps you to save some text as a canned response and paste it anywhere you need in the emails without this time and nerve-consuming search-copy-paste procedure. Once the email has been … Continued

Gmail account security: malware prevention


An effective malware attack can be really disastrous for any company, because your account can be compromised, your secret data stolen and even your network can be crushed. Google takes care of all these threats and treats all these dangers quite seriously. Google uses different methods to protect their customers’ data and enhance Gmail account … Continued

3 tips on how to effectively manage 100+ emails a day with Gmail


I receive tons of emails everyday. The average number makes up 100+ emails, so it is really important for me to keep my inbox in order. There is a big chance to lose conversations that are really important for you among all the subscriptions, invitations, notifications and other less important messages. Also if you run … Continued

Different ways to archive in Gmail


Archiving does not delete your Gmail messages but shifts them to the separate folder for safe keeping. If you delete a message, intentionally or accidentally, it will only be kept in the thrash folder for 30 days and after that period you will never be able to restore the information again. So it is much safer … Continued