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There are a lot of ways to make mistakes while working with the computer. The most embarrassing one is when you send an email to the wrong person….above all when this person is the object of insults the email is referring to! Well, in Google Gmail there is a nice feature which, from now on, will hep you avoid sending email to people you really don’t want to get in contact with!

Got the Wrong Bob is a nice and useful feature available in Google Gmail which suggests you recipients to the email you want to send. This guessing feature bases its suggestions on the people you send your email most often. Furthermore, it also suggests you a different recipient if it thinks that you  have included “the wrong Bob”, the wrong person.

Reading from Google Lab: “Doh, have you ever addressed an email too quickly, and included Bob (your boss) instead of Bob (your friend) by accident? If you’re emailing more than two people at once, Gmail will check if you meant to include Bob Smith rather than Bob Jones based on the groups of people you email most often.”

If you want to turn on this feature, log in your Gmail account, click the Settings link located on the right side of your screen, click the Lab tab and Enable the ” Got the Wrong Bob” feature.




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One Comment to “How to Avoid Sending Emails to the Wrong Person in Google Gmail”

  1. Grr Says:

    Thanks for sharing this tip.


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