Receive Gmail Notification in Windows 7 Taskbar with Gmail Notifier Plus
Gmail as we all know is a free ad supported webmail, POP3 and IMAP service provided by Google. One of the best features of Gmail that attracted webmail users is the AJAX based interface. It made Gmail lighter and single click on any option didn’t reload the entire webpage, saving bandwidth.
When Gmail was launched, one of the most popular and dominant email service providers was Yahoo Mail, well known for its slowness and paid services. Users had to pay for extra storage; there was certain limitation on filters applied on Email ID and Spam mails always ended up in Inbox, which would annoy any email user.
But, with the launch of Gmail, attitude towards webmail started changing. Features like Free Storage, Powerful Spam Filter and in-built Chat interface was very impressive and attracted many webmail users.
Today Gmail has got billion of users and developers dedicated to create customized applications for Gmail. And one among them is Gmail Notifier Plus.
Gmail Notifier Plus is a tiny portable software that will display notification, with a preview of incoming email right within your Desktop.
Just Double click on the exe file, an icon will reside in taskbar. Right Click on the icon and select ‘Change Settings’. Here, you will find options to add Email ID and sound file, which will get played when a new mail arrives.
That’s it. When a new mail arrives music of your choice will be played along with the preview of the incoming message.
Google has its own Gmail Notifier, which is only compatible with Windows XP and 2000.
So Windows 7 users will have to download Gmail Notifier Plus to receive Gmail Notification right at your Desktop.
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