This is indeed a big one, as wonders shall never end, so shall innovation never end. I's surfing through a friend's site; Adeniyi Samuel of TrueInternetWorld.net. I saw what elated me, and that's how to browse Gmail while you're offline, I tried it and its just awesome - its100 times faster than the online gmail surfing, depending on your internet speed though.
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Surfing your gmail account offline can be achieved with the help off a Chrome app with the name; Gmail Offline. This app enables a Chrome user to access his Gmail account without an internet connection. Meanwhile, it is only available for Gmail users and on Google Chrome browser. Gmail Offline enables you to draft replies and to compose new messages offline.
Network connection is no longer the determinant of your access to your Gmail account. In other to enjoy this offline email service, the following steps must be taken in order to get you started:
How To Access Your Gmail Account Offline
- Log in to your Gmail account
- Go to Chrome Web Store and install Gmail Offline from there.
- Open a new tab in your browser and click on the new icon (a blue envelope) to start using your Gmail offline.
- Click the radio button on the next page and select “Allow offline mail”. This will enable your latest email to be saved on your computer by Gmail Offline. Click “Continue” to move on to the next page.
- Your inbox will have a slightly different interface from the Gmail app, Click on the gear icon on the top right corner to open the “Settings” page.
- Click on “Download mail from the past” and select the time levels of how you want your emails to be downloaded onto your computer. When done, Click on “Apply” to save the change.
- Your replies and new mails which you made when offline will be sent to your Outbox. Also, you can check your outbox on Gmail offline to see the pending messages. Once you connect back to the internet, Gmail will sync the changes made while offline.
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