|Gmail no longer in Beta-test||Andy||7/8/09 7:59 PM|
Some of you will be pleased to know ...
Gmail/Googlemail is no longer in Beta. It is now "real".
Also some of the other Google products (Calendar, Docs) are supposed to have
|Re: [Gmail-Users] Gmail no longer in Beta-test||donf...@gmail.com||7/8/09 11:21 PM|
What does being "real" mean for those of us who have been using it while in Beta? Is it no longer free?
|Re: Gmail no longer in Beta-test||cnm2311||7/9/09 9:31 AM|
They were in beta??
|Re: [Gmail-Users] Re: Gmail no longer in Beta-test||Nick Chirchirillo||7/9/09 9:33 AM|
It doesn't really mean anything. Now people can stop complaining that it's been in Beta for five years.--
|Re: [Gmail-Users] Re: Gmail no longer in Beta-test||Zack Tennant||7/9/09 9:34 AM|
Unless they install the "Back in Beta" lab (which adds the Beta tag back on).--
Robert Frost - "Most of the change we think we see in life is due to truths being in and out of favor."
|Re: [Gmail-Users] Re: Gmail no longer in Beta-test||Andy||7/9/09 10:24 AM|
> They were in beta??
Yes. You signed up to be a Beta-tester when you signed up for Gmail.
Gmail has always been in Beta-test, until yesterday. If you looked at the
So far, it is still free, and I really hope it stays that way. (One of the
|Re: [Gmail-Users] Re: Gmail no longer in Beta-test||Fuzzy||7/9/09 10:36 AM|
I did that the instant I saw it was available.