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24 November 2006

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Emre Sokullu

your 4th (for mp3s) and 6th requests already implemented, no? Can't you listen to music directly inside Gmail, I didn't try but saw a screenshot on Digg as a new Gmail feature? And I had no problem with POP3 but gave up just because I try not to use desktop apps anymore...

ouriel

Emre, i am not aware of such features. At least nothing standard without hacking gmail or getting a special script to run on your computer.

Let me know where you saw that

antoine wintrebert

and please let me sort my emails by name !

zohar

POP integration is almost perfect BUT you cant download via POP same mail more than once, meaning you can only use one client if you want to have a complete storage of your mails offline. This was an issue when I wanted to use both OUTLOOK on my PC and the Nokia POP client on my cell, but now with gmail 4 mobile java applet, its not an issue anymore.

erikeric

Emre is correct, you can play mp3's without downloading them, without any plugins. I've recently installed a fresh Firefox 2.0 and just the other day a friend sent me a song he wrote to get my opinion. Near where the download link is, was a little, innocuous, white button that played the song right in the email.

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