A really cool feature of Gmail is how it automatically threads email messages so that they appear as a single item rather than multiple items in your email list. This helps keep your inbox organized, especially if you have really long email threads. Here is how Gmail decide which messages should and shouldn’t be part […]
If you want to improve your inbox management skills, one of the first things you need to master is Gmail labels. Labels allow you to organize your Gmail email messages into categories. They are very similar to Google Drive folders.
IMAP is short for Internet Message Access Protocol. The IMAP is an internet standard protocol used by email clients to retrieve email messages from a mail server over a TCP/IP connection. IMAP is defined by RFC 3501. As its name implies, IMAP allows you to access email messages wherever you are. Much of the time, it […]
The EML format is the standard format used by many email programs. EML files are created to comply with industry standard RFC 5322. As such, EML files can be used with most email clients, servers, and applications. The EML format is used to store email messages on a file system. Each message is stored in […]