Gmail Allows Downloading Recorded Chat Logs Via IMAP

Gmail added support for downloading recorded chat logs via IMAP. "All of the entries that you can see in your Gmail chats label will now be delivered to your local email client if it is configured to use IMAP," revealed Google.If you already use IMAP to synchronize your Gmail account to a local device, enabling […]

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Gmail: Liberates Recorded Chat Logs Via IMAPGmail added support for downloading recorded chat logs via IMAP. "All of the entries that you can see in your Gmail chats label will now be delivered to your local email client if it is configured to use IMAP," revealed Google.

If you already use IMAP to synchronize your Gmail account to a local device, enabling this new chat log export is as simple as clicking on the "Show in IMAP" checkbox for Chats in the Labels tab of your Gmail settings.

"We have some information about how to set up and use IMAP for Gmail liberation on our dataliberation.org site, but since chat liberation has been requested by many users in the past (both on twitter and our moderator page), here is a screencast that demonstrates this new feature in use," informs Daniel Benson, Data Liberator.

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