Is there an equivalent of Instapaper or Pocket, but more or less optimized for saving and decluttering (long) email threads? (Gmail, specifically?) [more inside]
So I have joined the 2010s and bought an iPad. Please help me outfit it with apps. [more inside]
Right now I have the email setup of my small business so that email@example.com (we'll call it) is our public address, and email sent there is forwarded by our host provider to firstname.lastname@example.org, which is our main company account with Google Apps for Business. 99% of emails sent to email@example.com come through to firstname.lastname@example.org just fine, but there's that 1% that just disappear -- they don't go to spam folder, they don't seem to go anywhere. Help! [more inside]
I'm soon to leave my current job. How can I keep my email that's in a Google Apps account through my employer (i.e., not a free Gmail account; the email address ends @employer.com, not @gmail.com)? [more inside]
How to use google apps to run my email but still be able to migrate to something else later? What steps do I need to take to make sure that someday if my business needs to I can migrate away from having google backend my email of my owned domain? [more inside]
Google Apps in k-12 education- what should I know going in? [more inside]
What do I need to be aware of when switching a client from ISp-provided email to Google-provided email? [more inside]
Gmail Hosted Apps attachment weirdness. I administrate a hosted apps account; recently a MS Publisher file was sent to everyone in the organisation, all were able to open it originally, bar one person, who for some reason, when attempting to download, could only download as a zip file. Tested the same situation in Firefox on XP at home (the situation occurs on IE6/XP) and it downloads fine. Tested with another account on XP/IE 6 and i find this is the same case, i.e. only able to download the MS Publisher file as a zip file. Has anyone else experienced this weirdness? is this due to Google withdrawing support for IE6?