As of now, there is no information about this feature being available to non-Gmail users.
Gmail will have a so-called Confidential Mode, a system created to secure the important emails that users send and that should not reach other mailboxes.
Google revealed yesterday that it's planning to launch a new Gmail design in the coming weeks. The Verge notes, though, that recipients will still be able to take screenshots or photos of these confidential emails. The new feature is similar to that of Outlook's email forward prevention functionality which was announced for Office 365.
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Gmail will reportedly offer a feature that will allow users to set a self-destruction time when the message they send will no longer be viewable by the recipient, according to TechCrunch. "But it doesn't seem to be stopping Google as the company is now evolving beyond the simple POP3/IMAP/SMTP protocols", the report reads.
So, if you send or receive messages to your Gmail inbox in "confidential mode", they will self-destruct (i.e. you can't copy, download or print them) upon the scheduled expiration date.
Further, Gmail will also ask the recipient to punch in an SMS passcode in order to confirm their identity, before the recipient is being allowed to see the email.
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While Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Oracle are viewed as the major contenders for the job, Google's employees have voiced concern about creating products for the US government. When it expires, it is automatically deleted from the inbox and the sender's inbox.
Since Google is working on some major updates now, it looks like there are plenty of new features to get excited about it. Google has not mentioned end-to-end encryption anywhere, which means the company is most likely to stick with non-encrypted emails.
Google is implementing smart replies for Gmail on the web, the same feature from mobile Gmail that provides suggestions to quickly reply to emails. The researchers behind the project wrote in a blog post; "Our method works on ordinary videos with a single audio track, and all that is required from the user is to select the face of the person in the video they want to hear, or to have such a person be selected algorithmically based on context".
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