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  2. Gmail interface - Wikipedia

    In September 2010, Google introduced the ‘priority inbox’ which makes use of important markers. Priority Inbox splits up the inbox into sections such as “Important and unread”, “Unread”, “Starred” and “Everything else” enabling a user to always see important items on the top. It is an opt-in feature.

  3. Mailbird - Wikipedia

    Mailbird supports all IMAP and POP3 accounts from different email providers, such as Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Exchange, etc. Email snooze. Email Snooze provides users with an option to remove an email from the inbox for a set period of time. The snoozed email will return to the top of the inbox once a defined timer runs out.

  4. Microsoft SmartScreen - Wikipedia

    Microsoft also claims that only 3% of incoming email is junk mail but a test by Cascade Insights says that just under half of all junk mail still arrives in the inbox of users. [25] [26] In a September 2011 blog post, Microsoft stated that 1.5 billion attempted malware attacks and over 150 million attempted phishing attacks have been stopped.

  5. Windows Phone 7 - Wikipedia

    Windows Phone 7.5 features a version of Internet Explorer Mobile with a rendering engine that is based on Internet Explorer 9.. The built-in web browser allows the user to maintain a list of favorite web pages and tiles linking to web pages on the Start screen.

  6. DMARC - Wikipedia

    DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol. It is designed to give email domain owners the ability to protect their domain from unauthorized use, commonly known as email spoofing.

  7. History of Google - Wikipedia

    Google Inc. was officially launched in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin to market Google Search, which has become the most used web-based search engine.Larry Page and Sergey Brin, students at Stanford University in California, developed a search algorithm at first known as "BackRub" in 1996, with the help of Scott Hassan and Alan Steremberg.

  8. Search engine optimization - Wikipedia

    Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the quality and quantity of website traffic to a website or a web page from search engines. SEO targets unpaid traffic (known as "natural" or "organic" results) rather than direct traffic or paid traffic.