Google is blocking several Linux web browsers from accessing services like Gmail, showing users an error telling them to try a different browser.
Looking for an easy way to get Gmail notifications on the GNOME desktop? Well, you needn’t look any further. The Gmail Message Tray GNOME Extension does exactly what you want: shows you notifications of emails in […]
There's a new stable release of WMail, the app that describes itself as "the missing desktop client for Gmail".
Unity Mail — does the name ring a bell? It might. This small app let you see the number of unread messages in your Gmail (or other webmail) account on the Unity launcher without the (comparative) hassle of setting […]
Wmail is a free, open-source desktop app for Gmail that offers notifications, unread badges and multiple account support.
The Franz desktop messaging app has received a big update, adding a host of popular web services to its roster.
My favourite 'app' of the moment is Unity Mail - a small Unity Launcher-based app that tells you how many unread messages you have in your GMail inbox.
UnityMail is a small Launcher-based mail-alert app for Ubuntu 11.04 capable of displaying the number of unread messages in your inbox. It also has Unity Quicklist support, with a menu containing easy links for composing new messages and accessing your inbox by right-clicking on the launcher icon.
Enable Push Notification support in Evolution and never have to hit the refresh button again.
If you're looking for a slightly annoying but fun way to recieve GMail alerts then b2 Labs Gmail Notifier may be just your cup of tea.
Fed up with service-specific e-mail notification applets/tools for Ubuntu? So is Popper.
If Evolution is overkill for your needs than a simple Gmail notification application is ideal. There are plenty of solutions available – in fact we’ve reviewed two such applications previously. Say hello to another, then, […]