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11/17/2006
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Stephen Wellman
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Gmail Focuses On The Little Things

Google has been working on smaller refinements in Gmail. In case you haven't noticed, Gmail now has a feature that lets users see attachments in HTML instead of having to download them. Users can now also

Google has been working on smaller refinements in Gmail. In case you haven't noticed, Gmail now has a feature that lets users see attachments in HTML instead of having to download them. Users can now also reply to email by chat rather than by just email.

For more Google news and updates, check out Grok on Google.

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