Roundup: The best Mac email clients for push Gmail

Article Image Mac owners who use Gmail know Apple’s Mail app for OS X is less than perfect when it comes to pushing emails from Google’s service. AppleInsider weeded through a forest of third party apps to find the fastest, cleanest and most reliable push Gmail clients for your desktop.

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Gmail to Warn Users of Unencrypted Email


Google last week announced that it is developing features for Gmail that will notify them when they get messages through a nonencrypted connection. It’s doing this because of continuing issues with email security. Regions of the Internet are preventing message encryption by tampering with requests to initiate SSL connections, and malicious DNS servers are publishing fake routing information to email servers looking for Gmail, a study conducted by Google and researchers at two universities found.

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Gmail Blocking Tools Narrow Email Marketing Channel


Google on Tuesday announced new block and unsubscribe features for Gmail that will make it easier for users to manage their in-boxes and harder for marketers to creep out of the spam folder. “Sometimes you get mail from someone who’s really disruptive,” said Sri Harsha Somanchi, product manager at Google. When that happens, “you should be able to say, ‘Never see messages from this person again.” Blocked and unfollowed content will go directly to spam folders, where it will spend a 30-day probationary period before Google trashes it.

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'Pac-Man View' for Google Maps is no prank

Google has long enjoyed April Fools’ Day fun, but unlike Google Nose and Gmail Motion, the new Pac-Man Street View feature is not a prank—unless the joke is on people who’ve lost hours munching dots around the world.

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Gmail Struggles for Air in China


China last week apparently began blocking Gmail, and the outage was still in effect on Tuesday, although to a lesser degree, according to reports. A sharp drop in traffic from China to Google services began last Friday, according to its Transparency Report, and the company could find no explanation in its own systems. China’s “Great Firewall” censorship program is to blame, according to GreatFire, a Chinese free-speech advocacy group. China’s disruption of Gmail access actually began gradually several months ago.

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Mailbox 2.0 brings automated actions, preference syncing via Dropbox

Dropbox’s popular Gmail and iCloud client Mailbox was updated on Monday with a new automation feature called “Auto-swipe,” the ability to sync preferences across multiple devices and routine performance enhancements.



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