Anyone use Gmail Offline?

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I respond to hundreds of emails per day and will soon have limited internet access because of travel.

How does Gmail Offline work? (the application)

Reliable?

What issues are common if any?

Alternatives?
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I don't get what you are asking. Gmail is a web based email service. No internet, no gmail. So what do you want to do? If you are traveling then most hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, and the list goes on, have wifi. Also you can get a wifi hotspot.

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    • Profile picture of the author windycityxx
      The application "Gmail Offline"
      Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

      I don't get what you are asking. Gmail is a web based email service. No internet, no gmail. So what do you want to do? If you are traveling then most hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, and the list goes on, have wifi. Also you can get a wifi hotspot.

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  • Profile picture of the author toysoldier80
    Where do you get this application? I have never heard of such a thing. I figured gmail was only done through the internet. I am sure there is a way to view your emails offline when your not connected to the internet.

    Chrome has an app that allows this. You download the app and it works similar to Microsoft Outlook where it synchronizes your emails in order for you to view and respond to them while your offline.
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  • Profile picture of the author Antony Micheal
    Originally Posted by windycityxx View Post

    I respond to hundreds of emails per day and will soon have limited internet access because of travel.

    How does Gmail Offline work? (the application)

    Reliable?

    What issues are common if any?

    Alternatives?
    I'm sorry, but it's the first time i hear about Gmail Offline. i think something's wrong here
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  • Profile picture of the author Hippos
    You can use any offline e-mail client (Outlook for example) and configure it to use your gmail account.
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