Lifehacker: How Do I Recover Old (or Lost) Emails?

Lifehacker: How Do I Recover Old (or Lost) Emails?. “I’m the kind of person who hates losing old copies of digital things—photographs, messages, emails, videos, etc. While I doubt I’ll ever take a walk down memory lane and reminisce over random emails I sent in 2007, I don’t like feeling as if I couldn’t do that if I wanted or needed to. In other words, I’m a digital pack rat. And it’s possible that this week’s Tech 911 letter-writer is as well. And you know what? I don’t fault them in the slightest. I get it, I do.”

Firefox Ups the Ante with Latest Test Pilot Experiment: Price Wise and Email Tabs (Mozilla Blog)

Mozilla Blog: Firefox Ups the Ante with Latest Test Pilot Experiment: Price Wise and Email Tabs. “Today, just in time for the holiday shopping season, the Firefox Test Pilot team is introducing Price Wise and Email Tabs — the latest experimental features designed to give users more choice and transparency when shopping online. These game-changing desktop tools are sure to make shopping a breeze with more options to save, share, track and shop. We’ve also made a few updates to the Test Pilot program itself to make it even easier to become a part of the growing Firefox users testing new features.”

MakeUseOf: 5 Must-Have Email Web Apps for Reminders, Quick Mails, Burners, and More

MakeUseOf: 5 Must-Have Email Web Apps for Reminders, Quick Mails, Burners, and More. “For most of these apps, it doesn’t matter whether you use Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, or any of the other popular email service providers. A couple of them are based on Gmail, and we do think that’s the best email app too. Regardless, the email service shouldn’t be a big issue, as long as you use one of the popular options.”

Digital Inspiration: Help Locate your own Email Message in Someone Else’s Gmail

Digital Inspiration: Help Locate your own Email Message in Someone Else’s Gmail. “You’ve sent an important email to a colleague but it is lost in the deluge of emails they receive every day, buried and forgotten. They can obviously use Gmail search operators, like FROM: or SUBJECT:, to locate that email later but wouldn’t it be useful if there were a way to directly locate that one missing email in their mailbox. Well, there’s an alternate search trick and the sender can actually help the recipient find any specific email message that they have sent in the past.”

The Next Web: The 7 deadly sins of email security

The Next Web: The 7 deadly sins of email security. “Email is one of the most fundamental forms of business communication today. Not many of us can imagine our lives without it. But with one in every 100 emails disguising a hacking attempt, what can we do to better protect ourselves against those nefarious bandits wanting to get to our sensitive data?”

Ubergizmo: Google Announces More Third-Party Integrations For Gmail

Ubergizmo: Google Announces More Third-Party Integrations For Gmail. “…Google has introduced Dropbox integration with Gmail in the past for consumers, but the good news is that if you’re a G Suite user (Google’s attempt at catering to enterprise users), then you might be pleased to learn that Google has announced additional third-party integrations for Gmail, Dropbox included.”