If you do not use a Gmail account, you may lose it. Google closes accounts (deleting emails and retiring the email addresses) after a certain amount of inactivity. Find out here how often you have to log on to a Gmail account to keep it and your Gmail address.
Every day, of course, is mother's day. That does not mean you can't do something particularly nice, kind and, most of all, surprising for mom on Mother's Day. If sending an electronic greeting card does not seem very nice or kind or surprising to you, maybe you haven't seen all the great cards ready for delivery yet. Here are some of my favorite Mother's Day greeting card sites.
Would you prefer less for your browser to do and fewer distractions for you? How about a Yandex.Mail faster to load and not so complicated with code? If Yandex.Mail slows you down, try a simpler version that relies on basic HTML for essential email functions.
When you need a paper copy of an email, you need not do with any interface elements on it from iCloud Mail at icloud.com. Get a beautified and useful view instead, perfect for printing an email without distractions.
You do not like the interruptions that come with new mail notifications? How about an almost imperceptible indication of new mail above the fold that you may catch in just the right moment? OS X Mail has just such an indicator built into its message list.
May 5 is a perfect occasion to cheer for Mexico and its independence: Cinco de Mayo comes with fiestas and piñatas. Send your electronic Cinco de Mayo greeting by email or via a social network, for instance. Here are some favorite Cinco de Mayo e-card sites for amazing, colorful and enticing greetings and invitations.
For the sender of annoying emails and forwards who will hopefully take the cue, have Gmail remove future messages from your inbox automatically and send a reply that lets the original sender know they have been blocked.