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Free Technology for Teachers: Three Helpful Gmail Settings for Students and Teachers - 16 views

    "A post about the new (to some users) Gmail setting called "Undo Send" prompted a few questions to appear in Richard Byrne's email. To address those questions he recorded the following video containing an overview of three helpful Gmail settings for students and teachers. The video covers using Gmail offline, setting the "undo send" grace period, and setting the "reply v. reply all" default function."
stanerson4 blog: Using Google Forms FormEmailer Script - 28 views

    How to install a google script that emails results from a google form
Chris Betcher

How to Get Google Docs Form Data in an Email Message - 43 views

    Here's how you can add email capabilities to your Google Forms step by step:
Rob Reynolds

MailArchiva - email archiving, email archiving software, ediscovery - 4 views

    Open source email archiving.  Note the Google archiving aspect is part of their "Enterprise Edition"  not free.
Kurt Paccio - 13 views

    Sample email permission slip
Lisa Winebrenner

Google Apps FAQ | EDUCAUSE - 18 views

    Many higher education institutions are contemplating migrating e-mail and other IT services to outside vendors. EDUCAUSE collected and compiled the following member generated frequently asked questions concerning outsourcing e-mail services. See other FAQs; Microsoft Live@edu FAQ, Zimbra email FAQ
Fred Delventhal

Google Apps EDU - All of the Above - 1 views

    via Kevin Jarrett
    Building a 21st century school now has an easy answer:
    Google Apps Education Edition
    Google Message Security, powered by Postini, is included free for K-12 schools who sign-up by July 2010.
    No hardware to maintain, no software to install, no ads, and no cost for schools.
Jeff Johnson

Why You Should Turn Gmail s SSL Feature On Now - 0 views

    Let's talk security and why you should take advantage of Gmail's recent SSL feature, and why you might want to be careful using other non-SSL webmail services.

    But first, make sure your connection is secured using SSL.
    How do you know a connection is secured by SSL? The handy "s" after "http" will tell you. For example, is encrypted while is not. You can force an encryption by adding the "s" yourself, or by turning on "Always use https" from the Browser Connection settings of your Gmail account.
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