CheckGmail is an excellent alternative Gmail Notifier for which is not only fast and secure but it also uses the minimal bandwidth via the use of Atom feeds. Notifier is also available for and Mac but Checkgmail gives Linux users a heads up by offering some expanded functionality.
Just like any other Email notifier, it sits on your desktop and notifies you whenever you receive a new email. You get the option to open, mark as read, archive or delete it from your Gmail.
Each message can be opened directly in a browser window, and many common Gmail operations can be carried out on messages directly within CheckGmail, without the need to use the Gmail web interface.
Download CheckGmail for Linux
Gmail Notifier [Firefox add-on]
Gmail Notifier Is a great extension, works like a charm. It’s basically the original notifier for Gmail. Supports checking multiple accounts as well as Gmail Hosted accounts. Most Linux distros ship with Firefox by default, so this might be an handy extension to have.
Gmail Notifier is a Linux alternative for the notifier program released by Google, it is written in Python and provides an attractive and simple way to check for new mail messages.
KCheckGMail is a simple KDE systray application that notifies when new email is received in a Gmail account. It features
- Google Applications for Domains Support!
- Available in multiple languages
- eMail snippets
- eMail snippets + attachments
- More functionality via DCOP
- Customizable search
- Store password safely, using the KDE Wallet
- Customizable check interval
- Secure login and data retrieval by using https
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