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Google Boosts Corporate E-Mail Service

more capacity, and security features from Postini acquisition

     
6:42 am on Oct 3, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Associated Press (on Google.com)...

Google Boosts Corporate E-Mail Service [ap.google.com]

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Google Inc. is sprucing up its corporate e-mail service by adding new security tools and more than doubling the storage capacity of e-mailboxes, underscoring the online search leader's ambition to enlarge its role in the business software market.

The changes, to be unveiled Wednesday, mark Google's first attempt to capitalize on the technology that it picked up in its recently completed $625 million acquisition of e-mail security specialist Postini Inc....

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Does that corp email service exist?
if so where do you find it?

Further $50 yearly sounds reasonable.

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Henry0, yes this service exists, it is their Google Premium Apps service. Currently it gives 10Gb of email storage. I'm more interested in the rumors about a new Gmail (and therefore Google Apps) version/interface.

more info here: [google.com...]

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So, the only thing that really matters to me is IMAP.. which I believe still isn't on there. They could have 100 terabytes of free space per account, if it's not IMAP, I won't be using it.
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My PREMIUM google apps mail has been down for the last 5 hrs. Calendar works, so does my free gmail. Is it the upgrade?
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Namaste,
Aside the last event
Are you happy with your PREMIUM mail?
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yes very much. The gmail dashboard is a great productivity enhancer, can't ever go back to Outlook.
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imagine Google Apps mail is still down, but now on Firefox only, it came back on IE. 24hrs plus and still down on FF!