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#1 trickydick

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Posted 11 September 2005 - 09:15 AM

Whenever I log in to my Gmail using the Firefox Gmail notifier the message that pops up stating how many messages will always say I have 300+ messages whether I have any or not.
And while on the subject of Google, I can't seem to see the maps on maps.google.com, I can get directions , but I can't see the maps.

Any ideas?
Thanks for your help,
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Posted 25 September 2005 - 07:24 PM

Hi trickydick,

Personally I always prefer "universal" solutions rather than browser specific add-ons. Concerning GMail, I have discovered a neat little Email Notifier which handles all GMail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Imap and Pop3 account types. It's only a notifier (no reading, no delete, no answering), but it has the advantage of being small and opening directly either the webmail site (including password: just click and you're in) either your local email program. Neat little program. $9.95 for license, but really worth it. The software is called DynAdvance Email Notification

Cheers :thumbsup:
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