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 see Gmail notifications on your GNOME desktop? Well, you needn’t look any further. The Gmail Message Tray GNOME extension does exactly this: it shows new e-mail notifications in the the GNOME […]
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, […]