It's a perfect storm: Google's cloud email is reaching reliability and manageability levels that Microsoft, IBM and Novell can't keep up with, say big Aussie organisations.
on 02/09/2010 – Made popular on 02/09/2010
I have setup up two Gmail accounts and a couple of other email accounts on my Note 3 (4.3) but only the first Google account shows up in the email app. Both show up in the Gmail app but I prefer to have everything working in email so I can monitor all my email (hotmail, Exchange, yahoo too) in the combined inbox.
I've got a huge problem with nearly unbearably long lag when I open the non-gmail email app.
I don't use gmail as my email address. I use yahoo for personal and Microsoft Exchange for professional. When I set up the Microsoft account it automatically put it under the generic email app, along with the yahoo account.
Australia and New Zealand are the region’s most advanced markets in terms of cloud computing enthusiasm with more than four out of five ANZ organisations claiming cloud was relevant for their future. It would have been music to the ears of telecommunications vendor Optus which today formally launched its cloud service, Optus Elevate, in Australia.
Yesterday we reported that the Gmail app in Android 5.0 Lollipop would also be able to handle Outlook and Yahoo accounts natively. We now know that on top of support for those clients, Gmail will also support Exchange mail, removing the need for the AOSP Email app.