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  • n. Plural form of Gmailer.


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  • The collective panic of Gmail users inevitably tumbled onto Twitter, another Web addiction, where bereft Gmailers groaned about their vanished e-mails or offered help to each other.

    Gmail disruption sends some users calling for backup

  • In exchange, the Gmailers might yield a thousand servers from its allocation or all its massage tickets for the next month.

    In the Plex

  • Google, however, hasn't agreed to go so far as to automatically opt its 176 million Gmailers out of Buzz.

    The Register

  • Buzz inadvertently shared information about Gmail users 'frequent contacts that Gmailers had assumed was private.


  • And Google's February launch of Buzz as a feature that let Gmailers share updates and content was met with outcries from users irked at having their address books suddenly made public in the form of friend lists that their followers could view.

    RSSMicro Search - Top News on RSS Feeds

  • Worse still, the company didn't prominently display "edit profile" options that would have allowed non-web savvy Gmailers to hide themselves from the creepy Buzz crowd if they wished to do so.

    The Register

  • That won't be enough to woo Gmailers to the service.

    Business and financial news -

  • Google Buzz let's Gmailers write status updates that can be seen and followed by other Gmail users.

    Digital Trends

  • On the same day the service outage was making Gmailers apoplectic, I was having my own uneasy realization that I will soon need to replace my outdated workhorse,

    Politics Daily

  • So, fellow Gmailers - has your account picked up the new feature or are you still waiting?

    The Windy Citizen Full Feed


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