Archive for April, 2011

Gmail Access Methods and Login Link URLs

If you’re using Gmail, also known as Google mail, a free Webmail and POP3 e-mail service provided by Google, you may be familiar with this url: However, the URL or link location is just one of the many ways or methods where you can access your Gmail inbox or account mailbox. Due to enhancement of features, naming issues and cross platform Gmail availability, there are plenty of Gmail access URLs and access methods that you can remember and use.

Here is a list of possible Gmail login access URLs:

  1. – The public Gmail domain which is for universal access on PC or mobile device. Although the page is non-SSL, the login process is secured.
  2. – The Gmail SSL universal login page for computer or mobile browsers.
  3. – Gmail canonical URI which is the URI you most likely to see after login to Gmail webmail interface. This URL can be used on PC as well as portable mobile phone devices. It becomes simple HTML mode depending on the browser used to access it.
  4. https: // – Same as above, but the secure SSL version.
  5. – Old canonical URI.
  6. – Old canonical secure SSL URI.
  7. – Force Gmail to load in standard interface without checking for the type of web browser. Normally Gmail will check for supported browser, and if none is found, it will automatically load with simple Basic HTML interface mode.
  8. – Old URI or link location of the above.
  9. – Force Gmail to load in Standard Gmail interface without chat services.
  10. – Old URL of the above.
  11. – Simple or Basic HTML mode.
  12. – Secure SSL Gmail webmail that automatically load into Basic HTML interface.
  13. – Link for Gmail Mobile interface optimized for portable wireless phone devices or PDA.
  14. – Another link URL for mobile wireless devices.
  15. – Secure SSL edition of the above link.
  16. – Gmail inbox feed URL for reading with Atom Feed or RSS reader.
  17. Gmail for mobile devices or mobile phones – A Java client app that downloaded to mobile devices and provides advance Gmail user interface, synchronization of emails in mailboxes, and ability to view attachments such as photos, documents and .pdf files.
  18. Gmail also allows POP3 and SMTP access by using desktop email clients.

If you think the list is not long enough, note the the “gmail” and “mail” in the URL are both interchangeable, although the whatever you use will finally be redirected to the canonical URI at http(s):// Beside, with Google Apps for Your Domain, where one of the hosted service include Gmail, you will be getting hundreds in not thousands of different hosted domain sign in URL.



Google SEO changes are you getting what you paid for?

I have had a few customers ask me about SEO recently, so I  decided to put up a few links into keep people informed.

Google made some changes that effected SEO results recently, I noticed that a lot of SEO companies have not caught up.

So there is a lot of people spending good money on bad results.

Here is a link from Google Blog about the change

And a link for one of the main reasons for the change

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Telemarketing scam: your computer has a virus!

Just got a lovely call from Microsoft (Indian Voice), telling me my computer had a virus and they were going to help me get rid of it. I have heard a few people getting them at the moment around Melbourne so I thought I would add a few links with details.

Telemarketing scam: your computer has a virus! click for details

Latest update
New twist on computer error message/virus scams: joint warning click for details

If you get a call just hang up!

Trust me microsoft will not call you to help you fix your computer, they would rather you just by a new one.

Thats how they make money!