Posted:

Google Docs now supports US English, UK English, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Thai, Czech, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Portuguese (BR), Dutch, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simiplified), Japanese and Korean.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Thai, Czech, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Vietnamese and Indonesian

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs, click 'Settings', and select the interface language you prefer.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/a/help/intl/en/users/dands.html

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The Google Docs document list now allows you to put documents in folders, filter by type of document, filter by who you share documents with, and more.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Docs to see the new document list.

Posted:

In Gmail and Google Docs, each user can now see all the other users from their business, school or organization in their contact list, making it easier to communicate and share with contacts by just typing the first few letters of people's names.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
In Gmail or Google Docs, compose a message or share a document and type the first few letters of a contact's name in the Gmail to: field or the Google Docs sharing box. Contacts from your domain will auto-complete.

For more information:
http://google.com/support/a/users/bin/answer.py?answer=6597

Posted:

Businesses and other organizations moving from old mail solutions that support IMAP can now move all the existing mail on their servers to Gmail using the new IMAP migration service.

Editions impacted:
Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Read more about migrating email in our comprehensive IMAP mail migration overview. (see link below)

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=61369

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Google Talk can now be launched from the browser, so you don't need to use the Google Talk application. The Talk gadtget also supports multi-person chat sessions.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Bookmark http://hostedtalkgadget.google.com/a/your-domain.com/talkgadget/client to quickly launch the Google Talk gadget.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/google.com/bin/answer.py?answer=58339

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Now when you're viewing your agenda, there's a horizontal line representing the current time so you can easily see where you are in your day. Also, now you can send an email to all the invitees of meetings that you schedule.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
To see the current time line, sign in to Google Calendar, click 'Settings' and make sure 'Show current time' is set to 'Yes'. Then view your agenda in Day or Week view to see the current time line.

To email all invitees for a meeting you've scheduled, view event details and click the 'Email guests' link.

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With Gmail, you can now view PowerPoint PPT attachments in your browser without downloading the attachment.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
In Gmail, open a message that has a PowerPoint PPT attachment, and click the 'View as slideshow' link.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/users/bin/answer.py?answer=30719

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Now it's easier to find interesting public calendars that people have shared, and view that event information alongside your own agenda.

Editions impacted:
Standard, Premier, Education and Partner Editions

Languages impacted:
US English

How to access what's new:
Sign in to Google Calendar, type what kind of public calendar you're looking for in the search box (like "Seattle Mariners schedule", and click 'Search public calendars'.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/users/bin/answer.py?answer=69242