While using the Google Api forOrg chart generation I came across the error “‘google’ is undefined” when i was testing it in IE 8 browser. The same code was working fine in Mozilla FireFox . Google the error was not able to find solution. After lots of searching fixed it by doing a small one character change in the URL. Can you guys guess what would be that?
Google Docs will be supporting all types of the file uploads upto size of 250MB. Overall it will provide upto 1GB space. This will bring down the various problems which occurs during sending mails with large attachments.
This makes it easy to backup more of your key files online, from large graphics and raw photos to unedited home videos taken on your smartphone. You might even be able to replace the USB drive you reserved for those files that are too big to send over email.
Google has once again stepped up and is now offering another free service to make our lives more efficient. The search giant announced today that they will now be offering DNS servers for the public at no cost. This comes in addition to the multitude of services already offered by Google, such as Gmail, Google Voice and Google Sites.
You can set up your computer to use Google’s DNS servers by following their instructions here: Using Google Public DNS
Let’s say that I have a gmail address: email@example.com
Now if I am signing up for a newsletter at XYZ Corp. I can register with the email address firstname.lastname@example.org You can put in any extra alphanumeric information after the plus sign and it still gets delivered to email@example.com. Furthermore you can apply a filter in Gmail to process the email a certain way based on the email address that you signed you for (firstname.lastname@example.org).
One handy use of this feature is to track where emails are coming from so if you started to get spammed for instance you will know which address was passed onto a third party.