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Google Apps :: Mail Labs :: Advanced IMAP Controls

If you're using an IMAP client like Mac Mail to manage your email, you must also install Google's Advanced IMAP Controls Lab. It enables you to choose which GMail labels show up in your mail client and prevents multiple copies of the same email from being downloaded.

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March

Google Apps :: Email Conversation View

Unlike many email clients, which show different messages with the same subject line in chronological order as they come in, Gmail groups all such messages together in a "conversation view".

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April

Google Apps :: Using Microsoft Outlook® with Google Apps

Unless you use Microsoft Outlook for mail merge or functionality that's only available in Outlook, we recommend you use

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April

Google Apps :: Labs - Additional Features

In the spirit of Google's eternal beta, Humboldt State University Mail Labs is a testing ground for experimental features that aren't quite ready for primetime. They may change, break or disappear at any time. If you have Labs enabled and you can't view your inbox, you can use this link to access your mail with all Labs features disabled:
 
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April

Email :: Class and Teaching Schedules

Class and teaching schedules are available in your Google calendar, and are created directly from Faculty & Student Center to save you entering all your classes into the calendar yourself.

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March

Email :: Choosing an Email Client

We recommend that everyone (Windows, Mac and Linux users) use the “Google Apps Web Client” to enjoy the best email experience. You’ll be able to use the same interface whether you are on or off campus, your email and contacts will look the same no matter where you are, and your calendar will appear in the same application as your email.

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September

Blocked Email Attachments

Email attachments using the following file extensions are blocked by GMail and Outlook. This list is subject to change as needed for security.

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December

Security :: Email Attachments

Every email user should be constantly on guard against the threat of malware and take personal responsibility for ensuring that individual actions do not compromise the valuable resources of others.

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July

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