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  2. Gmail - Wikipedia

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    Gmail has native applications for iOS devices (including iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and for Android devices. In November 2014, Google introduced functionality in the Gmail Android app that enabled sending and receiving emails from non-Gmail addresses (such as Yahoo! Mail and Outlook.com) through POP or IMAP.

  3. Comparison of mail servers - Wikipedia

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    The comparison of mail servers covers mail transfer agents, mail delivery agents, and other computer software that provide e-mail services.. Unix-based mail servers are built using a number of components because a Unix-style environment is, by default, a toolbox operating system.

  4. GMX Mail - Wikipedia

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    In addition to an email address, each GMX account includes a Mail Collector, Address Book, Organizer, and File Storage. Every user can register up to 10 individual GMX email addresses. Popup ads are displayed to all users, including premium, at login; as of 2021 GMX was the only large email provider using popup ads.

  5. Podesta emails - Wikipedia

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    In March 2016, the personal Gmail account of John Podesta, a former White House chief of staff and chair of Hillary Clinton's 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, was compromised in a data breach accomplished via a spear-phishing attack, and some of his emails, many of which were work-related, were hacked.

  6. Push email - Wikipedia

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    At login and later at intervals, the mail user agent (client) polls the mail delivery agent (server) to see if there is new mail, and if so downloads it to a mailbox on the user's computer. Extending the "push" to the last delivery step is what distinguishes push email from polling email systems.

  7. Yahoo! Mail - Wikipedia

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    Yahoo! Mail is an email service launched on October 8, 1997, by the American company Yahoo, Inc. It offers four different email plans: three for personal use (Basic, Plus, and Ad Free) and another for businesses.

  8. Grammarly - Wikipedia

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    The issue report said that "any website can login to grammarly.com as you and access all your documents and other data." A few hours after being notified of the vulnerability, Grammarly released an update to fix the issue, which the Google researcher described as "a really impressive response time."

  9. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    A Google Account is required for Gmail, Google Hangouts, Google Meet and Blogger. Some Google products do not require an account, including Google Search, YouTube, Google Books, Google Finance and Google Maps. However, an account is needed for uploading videos to YouTube and for making edits in Google Maps.