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Gnome Gmail

Gnome Gmail adds support for Gmail to the GNOME desktop. Once installed, the user can select Gmail as the preferred mail application for the desktop.

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  •  31 Aug 2011 00:12

    Release Notes: This release has support for automatic setting of the preferred email application on GNOME 3 distributions. It builds on version 1.8, featuring support for GNOME 3, including a message indicator for Ubuntu Unity. Also, messages with attachments now open directly. GNOME Gmail adds support for Gmail to the GNOME desktop. Once installed, the user can select Gmail as the preferred mail application for the desktop.

    •  26 Feb 2011 23:39

      Release Notes: This version features internal support for managing the Preferred Mail setting and compatibility with LibreOffice. The application now includes eleven full or partial translations.

      •  20 Oct 2010 01:39

        Release Notes: Internationalization is now supported, making it possible to customize the application for foreign languages and to upload file attachments to international Gmail sites. Support for the Open Office "Send Document As Email" command has been added as well.

        •  09 Mar 2010 02:19

          Release Notes: Support for Google Apps accounts was added. You can configure the program to work with a Gmail account that is associated with a custom domain. This version also includes a fix for a problem involving file attachment support for some Gmail accounts.

          •  26 Jan 2010 02:10

            Release Notes: Support for file attachments was added. Nautilus "Send To..." can be used to automatically upload an email with a file attachment, via IMAP, to your Gmail account. Mailto URL tag handling has also been improved.

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