Gmail quietly introduces IMAP support

October 24, 2007

It’s amazing that Gmail have quietly introduced IMAP support after several years of huge demand for the service.This has been the thing that has stopped us from using Gmail properly as we need to be able to synchronise emails in Apple Mail at home, in the office and on the web.It’s amazing but there’s no press-release and it’s not even featured on their what’s new page but the IMAP option is available in the settings and full help documentation is available through Gmail help (IMAP Access).With “Google Apps” (http://www.google.co.nz/a/), now that it has IMAP support and increased storage (up to 50GB per account), Gmail could be a serious contender for corporate email storage. 

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