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    Google laces Gmail with POP3 support

    Google Inc. will roll out POP3 (Post Office Protocol) support gradually over the coming weeks to Gmail users, who will be able to use the feature to download e-mail messages from Gmail servers to e-mail applications on devices such as PCs and wireless devices.

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    Sweet! Thats probably the only thing I didn't like about gmail. Everything else is great!
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    More I don't like on gmail, it does not work 100% with the majority of non IE5.5 or higher browsers

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    Hi,

    Google Inc. will roll out POP3 (Post Office Protocol) support gradually over the coming weeks
    Done .................POP Support Launched

    Just launched!

    It's your mail. You should be able to choose how and where you read it. Access your mail the way you want to, with free POP access and automatic forwarding. You can even switch to other email services without having to worry about losing access to your messages. Think of it as email portability.
    • Free POP access
      Download your messages. Read them offline. Use your Blackberry or Outlook or just the good ol' web. Learn more
    • Free automatic forwarding
      Forward new incoming messages to any email account you specify.Learn more

    --Good Luck--

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    I think it's really cool that they added POP3 support. I mean, no 'free' email service out there that I heard of can compete with Gmail. Now that they added POP3 support it will be super hard for any competitors to keep up with the 1000MB storage and POP3 support. All for free, without paying a dime.

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    Originally posted here by VictorKaum
    More I don't like on gmail, it does not work 100% with the majority of non IE5.5 or higher browsers
    Yes, but they still haven't made it public, it's in testing for that very reason, and more.
    Hi.

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