Gmail has many features as it is but there are a lot more at <strong>labs</strong>! So this tutorial deals with <strong>gmail</strong> and <strong>labs</strong>. I've found something that helped a lot... Default text style function.
1. Open your gmail
2. Click on right top, settings icon, and choose <strong>mail settings</strong>
3. Select <strong>labs</strong> tab
4. search for <strong>Default Text Styling </strong>by Jonathan K.
5. Select <strong>enable</strong>
6. Go to bottom of the page and <strong>save</strong>.
7. When gmail reloads go again to <strong>mail settings</strong>
8. By default you are on by <strong>General</strong> tab. find <strong>Default text Style</strong>
9. Choose your new <strong>Default text Style</strong>
10. Scroll down to bottom again and <strong>Save</strong> your settings.
Configure SSMTP on Linux – How to send mail from linux system with Gmail (as smarthost)
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