There's sufficient evidence that Google is serious about Gmail to warrant the retraction of my earlier blog post reporting the rumors that it was an April Fool's joke. My apologies to fellow TR editor Patric Hadenius, who had it right...
Google today announced a new mail service. This is what they claim it will do:- Search, don't sort: Use Google search to find the exact message you want, no matter when it was sent or received. - Don't throw anything...
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