A little login trick for Gmail

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Gmail has just passed 425 million users and most probably you’re among those Gmail users.

Today, I’ve a little trick for you. Before we start, first check if your email id has got a ‘ . ‘ mark in it.

If yes, then get ready to try this idea.┬áTry logging to your Gmail account without this ‘ . ‘ dot mark and see if you can successfully get into your account. Also you can place this ‘ . ‘ anywhere in the email-id and log in.

If you don’t have this dot mark, then add it anywhere you want and see if login is successful.

Let me explain in detail [Note the “.” placement],

If your Gmail id is “your.ravi@gmail.com” then try to login with “yourravi@gmail.com” or “y.ourravi@gmail.com” or “yourr.avi@gmail.com” or anything similar.

Alternatively, if you don’t have email-id as “yourravi@gmail.com” then try logging with “y.ourravi@gmail.com”.

In all the above cases, you’ll login to your actual Gmail account. Great stuff, isn’t it?

How this is possible?

In fact, Google never checks for this dot mark in the email ids. So you can add or omitt it but still logs on the same Gmail account.

login trick for Gmail
This login trick not only works on Gmail, but works on all Google services like Google Plus, Feedburner, Adwrods, AdSense, Reader and others.

Try with your Gmail and tell if it worked!

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