Gmail – good, better and now the best
Do you know the most important and laudable search engine in today’s scenario? It’s one and only Google. Communication has been made easy with the rapid growth of technology and it is through mailing people that you can easily get in touch with your friends and relatives. Gone are the days when people used to send telegrams, letters, hand written posts to communicate with people across the world which was extremely time consuming and boring. Also, it involved a lot of risk since most often the letters or telegrams did not get delivered and it became impossible to communicate with great ease. Now you can use internet which is evolving day by day.
Google has evolved like anything throughout the years. Now you can send emails using this search engine. The most useful and interesting message delivery system is nothing but Gmail, which has a large storage capacity. Now you can send as many messages you want to your near and dear ones and even receive thousands of messages as Gmail stores everything in the inbox. You can even send bulky messages without any problem, as the storage capacity has increased to 10 GB and you can also make use of Google Fax.
Something to note
After launching the highly anticipated Google Drive, the search giant now plans to offer its Gmail users an additional 2.5GB storage capacity. Over the years, Google has increased the Gmail storage capacity from 1GB to 7.5GB and this new move will entitle Gmail users to an overall of 10GB storage space. However, one cannot expect their Google storage to bump up instantly, as it is said to happen gradually.
The additional storage will be rolled out across the globe in stages, first the space has increased to 8GB, then 9GB and finally to 10GB. Knowing Google, we know this isn’t going to the end of the storage bump and the capacity will further increase in the coming year. Besides, the company maintains that users have the option to buy additional storage that starts at 25GB for $2.49 per month.
The access of Google Fax
According to a research work, Gmail has the ability to send and receive online fax directly. It is as simple as doing it from a normal fax machine; in fact it is much simpler. Google is trying to merge fax machine with e-mail for quicker work and enhanced productivity. To use Google fax, a Gmail user would require an online Fax number. It is a virtual phone number that can be used to send and receive faxes. Several online fax companies have added the ability for users to send and receive faxes via web-based email accounts. Fax numbers are available for about $8 per month and businesses still use fax in a big way.
The use of SMTP server
With the advent of new technology, you can now send and receive messages in bulk with the help of SMTP server. You just need to have the access of your IP number which is very significant. This server makes it easy and fast to send and receive thousands of messages in less time.
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