Tag Archives: Gmail

Compose Assist In the “New” Gmail

Compose Assist In the “New” Gmail This tip was inspired by a comment we received from Elaine. Thank you! The new Gmail that began rolling out this past summer, is one update that caused a whole lot of controversy. And it’s still the update people love to hate. Unfortunately, Gmail users have no choice as… Read More »

Not Getting Our Premium Newsletter? Don’t Forget to Remind Gmail…

Not Getting Our Premium Newsletter? Don’t Forget to Remind Gmail… We have been receiving quite a bit of email from Cloudeight InfoAve Premium newsletter subscribers, telling us that they’re not receiving our InfoAve Premium newsletters for the past few weeks. We have sent our newsletter every week for past 787 weeks – we haven’t missed… Read More »

Yahoo Admits it Reads Your Emails and Sells the Data it Reaps

Yahoo Admits it Scan Your Emails and Sells the Data it Reaps Quite a while ago, Gmail and Outlook.com stopped scanning users emails looking for data to sell to advertisers. But Yahoo, after already having 3 billion user accounts hacked in 2013, admits it scans Yahoo Mail users’ emails looking for data to sell. According… Read More »

A Quick Guide to Sharing Large Files Using Google Drive

A Quick Guide to Sharing Large Files Using Google Drive Most email services limit the size of attachments you can send by email. For instance, you can only send attachments up to 25 MB using Gmail and 20 MB with Outlook.  And with most email services the file types you are allowed to send as… Read More »