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21 Jan 07
Not everyone is a fan of web-based email, such as Gmail. One problem with web-based mail is that you can't read messages you've received except when you're online. Another is that you can't compose messages except when you're online. And some email programs, such as Outlook, integrate into desktop software in ways that web-based mail can't. For example, Outlook can use Microsoft Word as its editor for creating messages and shares a clipboard with other Microsoft Office applications. Gmail, though, gives you the best of both worlds. In addition to working as web-based mail, it also gives you the option of working with your normal email software so you can use Gmail just as you do the email you normally receive through your ISP. Follow the instructions in this task so that any email program that runs on your PC as a separate program, such as Outlook, Eudora, Outlook Express, and others, can send and receive messages through your Gmail account.