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Gmail Users to get POP3 Support Soon
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/11/2004 11:59:00 AM.

Google will roll out POP3 (Post Office Protocol) support gradually over the coming weeks to

Gmail users, who will be able to use the feature to download e-mail messages from Gmail servers to e-mail applications on devices such as PCs and wireless devices.

With POP3 support, users will be able to transfer their server-based Gmail messages to a client-side e-mail application such as Microsoft Outlook and have the messages stored on their local hard drive and thus accessible when they are offline. Users with wireless devices that have POP3-compliant e-mail clients will also be able to download their Gmail messages to personal digital assistants or cell phones.

Google is also working on adding an antivirus scanning feature to the Web mail service, possibly by licensing an existing technology, and developing an HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) interface that would make Gmail compatible with browsers that don't support JavaScript.

Currently, only JavaScript-enabled browsers can access Gmail, which uses JavaScript extensively.


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