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Chrome/Opera/Safari/Firefox (Beta): It’s been a while since we highlighted Gmelius, the add-on that cleans up Gmail’s interface. It’s grown since then, and now has features to send emails later on a schedule, snooze them, bundle in useful reminders and block email trackers.
It’s hard to think about email without putting a G in front of it. Despite Gmail’s renown as one of the best email services on the internet, Microsoft’s Outlook.com has spent the last few years building itself into a competent competitor. In today’s showdown, we put these two behemoths of email to the test.
Gmail seems to have an unlimited capacity for storing your emails. Newsletters you’ve subscribed to but have forgotten about, digital receipts for online purchases, emails from ex-lovers eight years ago; they’re all probably still floating around in your Gmail inbox. But Gmail does have a limit: 15GB for your overall Google account, to be exact. Considering the service has been around for over a decade, you should consider cleaning out your bulging inbox. There is an easy way to do this.