New Gmail Features About To Launch?

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Garrett Rogers at ZD Net was nice enough to link to our almost one-year-old “What is Google Caribou?”:http://www.onedegree.ca/2005/03/13/what-is-google-caribou article in his *very* interesting speculation that Google is testing added Gmail functionality.
“Rogers speculates”:http://blogs.zdnet.com/Google/?p=95 that Google may be following Yahoo in offering a domain-based version of Gmail for site owners and corporations.
bq.. Google’s GMail has been firing on all cylinders, but it could be on the verge of getting even more horsepower. Based on information found buried deep within the javascript source, we can start to see the bigger picture for GMail — what else could they possibly add to this mail client?
Their next big move will likely be GMail for domains — a powerful way for anybody who owns a domain to utilize GMail as a mail server, not just a client. Yahoo has their own small business mail product which does precisely this, and now evidence suggests Google is planning the same.


p. While he notes that this is speculation it is a logical step forward for Gmail (one I’ve been waiting for) and the case he makes by poking around in Gmail JavaScript is compelling.
Would you move your corporate e-mail to Gmail if you had the option?
_Update: This story is getting real traction and right now (very early Feb 9th) it is number 4 on “Memeorandum”:http://tech.memeorandum.com/060208/p89#a060208p89. Ironically I wrote “Gabe Rivera”:http://blog.memeorandum.com/ earlier last night suggesting he take a look at One Degree and consider adding it to the Memeorandum feed pool._

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  1. Patrick Dinnen

    It’s true, they are getting into offering GMail at other domains and in genuine Google style it’s in Beta.

    Bring Gmail to your domain.
    This special beta test lets you give Gmail, Google’s webmail service, to every user at your domain. Gmail for your domain is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software for you to install or maintain.

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