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Gmail is a free advertising support email service developed by Google. Users can access Gmail through the web, Android and IOS mobile applications, as well as through the pop or IMAP protocol to synchronize the third equation of e-mail content. Gmail has been released as a beta since April 1, 2004. It exited beta status on July 7, 2009.

At the time of launch, Gmail's initial storage capacity was 1 GB per user, significantly higher than the 2 Mb storage capacity provided by its current competitors (such as hotmail). Today, the service has 15 GB of free storage. Users can receive up to 50 MB of e-mail, including attachments, and they can send up to 25 MB of e-mail. In order to send larger files, users can insert files from Google cloud hard disk into the mail.

Gmail has a search oriented interface and a "conversation view" similar to Internet forums. Web developers are known for their pioneering use of Ajax.

Google's email server automatically scans email for a variety of purposes, including adding context sensitive ads next to email, and filtering spam and malware. Privacy advocates have raised concerns about this practice, some of which include that automatic background scanning of e-mail increases the risk of reducing or weakening the expectation of privacy in the use of e-mail; After Google collects the current relevance from the information related to e-mail, it can retain its information for many years to establish complete personal data for users; although it has never agreed to Google's privacy policy or terms of service, e-mail sent by users from other e-mail providers will still be scanned; governments and organizations may find it easier to monitor e-mail legally And Google can change its current corporate policies at any time to allow information in e-mail to be combined with data collected using other services. Whether it's Gmail users or non Gmail users, Google has always been the subject of litigation.