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Get Gmail!
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/15/2005 10:06:00 AM.

A lot of people are getting this message underneath the Google search box:
New! Get Gmail - Google's free email service with 1000 MB of space.
The link is to a page that says:
Since we launched Gmail in April 2004, we've been focused on improving the service, relying on our users to spread the word and invite others to try it out. The response has been great, and now we're ready for some more Gmail users.
[...] As we make room for more Gmail users, we want to first extend invitations to Google users. We're still working to make Gmail better, so for now, we're just inviting a small number at random. Looks like that's you! We're really excited to share Gmail with you and we hope you like it.

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  • Are there still people left who doesn’t have a gmail account? Isn’t it that google people is also the one behind blogger? Maybe they should also improve the service there…most of the time blogger is acting crazy.

    By Blogger Amie, at 3/15/2005 04:24:00 PM  

  • Yes there are people left who still don't have gmail accounts.But most people are looking for invitations to send to others because they have none available yet.And for posting you can always use blogging tools available on the internet.

    By Anonymous Saad, at 3/15/2005 05:46:00 PM  

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