How to use Gmail Offline

How to use Gmail Offline

Gmail is a really important application in our daily life. Official or personal we are receiving lots of emails via Gmail daily. Gmail is the most popular email service developed and owned by the search giant Google. We should have an active internet connection to manage Gmail earlier. But now, Google providing Gmail offline feature. This feature enables you to use the popular Gmail without an active internet connection. Today, here I’m describing Gmail offline feature and how to use it.

With the Gmail Offline, you can access your emails and compose new messages without having an Internet connection, or your internet connection is unreliable or slow. When you reconnect, Gmail automatically sends any outbound messages. But 30 days is the maximum sync period for data. The Gmail Offline feature only works on Google Chrome browser application. This capability is provided as a free Chrome web application.

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Turn on Gmail offline feature for your Gmail account

  • On your computer, Open your Google Chrome.
  • Sign in with your Gmail account.
  • Then Go to Gmail offline settings.
  • You can see a “Enable offline mail.” text with a checkbox, just click on the text box and enable it.
  • You can choose your settings, such as how many days of messages you want to sync.
  • After settings completed, just click to Save changes.

For using this offline feature, you need the current version of Google Chrome. And you should install the free Chrome web app Gmail Offline. Then the main thing you should check that the Offline access enabled in your Google Admin console as I mentioned above. If you want to disable this feature, just go to your settings and uncheck the “Enable offline mail.”

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You can compose emails while Offline mode, but you can’t send it. When you send emails offline, your email goes into a new “Outbox” folder and gets sent when you go back online.

Updated: June 25, 2018 — 6:14 am

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