Disable email with gmail offline

Habit can save you if you send an email every now and then and find out a few seconds later that you addressed it to the wrong person, forgot an attachment, or didn’t state something as clearly as you could.

Compose all your email and send it to Gmail offline so you can retrieve it while you’re offline.

If you’d rather not log out every time you write an email, Gmail can also give you a few seconds to unsubscribe.

How to enable offline email in Gmail

Before you can use this tactic, you must enable the offline email feature. Here’s how:

  1. Log in to your Gmail account and click the button Institutions in the upper right corner.

  2. Click Institutions

  3. Click offline

  4. Check box Enable Offline Email

  5. Click Saving Changes † Now if you lose your internet connection, you can still access some features in Gmail.

You have a limited amount of space to store email offline.

Cancel sending email with Gmail offline

To catch emails you can’t send yet, do the following:

  1. Make sure you’re offline while composing a message by turning off Wi-Fi on your computer.

  2. Write a letter and send as usual. Instead of the usual message that allows you to cancel sending, you will see the message “ offline. Message will be sent later

  3. Open outgoing

  4. Check the message you want to cancel.

  5. Click Move to drafts

  6. In section Checkers you can edit the message, make any necessary changes, and resend it. Of course you can also send an unsent e-mail directly in outgoing or in section Checkers

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