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GMail Offers HTML View.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/28/2005 07:31:00 PM.

GMail has offered HTML view on a "Limited" basis (Not all users have it yet)

What's the difference between 'standard' view and 'plain HTML' view?

Standard view is what you'll see when you sign in to Gmail from a fully supported browser.

In case you don't have access to a fully supported browser, you can now have access to Gmail using a basic HTML view, that is compatible with almost any browser. If you sign in to Gmail using a browser that isn't fully supported, you'll automatically be directed to the basic HTML view.

The basic HTML view is a little different than what you're used to because the following features aren't available:
  • Filter creation
  • Settings (Including Forwarding and POP)
  • Spell checker
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Address auto-complete

Here is how basic HTML views looks like : Preview.


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