Gmail Notify: Not Just for Win/Mac

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Anonymous's picture

Long time ago someone created a CheckGmail script , that works perfect. So It's nothing new.

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kamil's picture

Long time ago someone created a CheckGmail script, that works perfect. So It's nothing new.

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LiXiang's picture

You might want to take a look at Mail Notification, which is also on many repositories and enables you to check more than one type of mail account.

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