Got this from here: http://www.tricks4fun.com/2007/01/17/gmail-keyboard-shortcuts/ C: Compose new message. Shift + C: Open new window to compose new message. Slash (/): Switch focus to search box. K: Switch focus to the next most recent email. Enter or “O” opens focused email. J: Switch focus to the next oldest email. N: Switch focus to the next message in the “conversation.” Enter or “O” expands/collapses messages. P: Switch focus to the previous message. U: Takes you back to the inbox and checks for new mail. Y: Various actions depending on current view: Has no effect in “Sent” and “All Mail” views. Inbox: Archive email or message. Starred: Unstar email or message. Spam: Unmark as spam and move back to “Inbox.” Trash: Move back to “Inbox.” Any label: Remove the label. X: “Check” an email. Various actions can be performed against all checked emails. S: “Star” an email. Identical to the more familiar term, “flagging.” R: Reply to the email. A: Reply to all recipients of the email. F: Forward an email. Shift + R: Reply to the email in a new window. Shift + A: Reply to all recipients of the email in a new window. Shift + F: Forward an email in a new window. Shift + 1 (!): Mark an email as spam and remove it from the inbox. G then I: Switch to “Inbox” view. G then S: Switch to “Starred” view. G then A: Switch to “All Mail” view. G then C: Switch to “Contacts” view. G then S: Switch to “Drafts” view. Got somemore? Please Add. __________ How to keep track of attachments in Gmail You use Gmail and receive a lot of attachments (JPG, GIF, TXT, DOC, PDF, etc) but Gmail don’t provide the option to sort your files by file type. Here is a method how you can sort them, by using the Gmail Search Mail facility. Type in this search operator has:attachment following with your file format. If you are looking for document file, your search command will be this. has:attachment doc And Gmail will result you all mail with .doc attachment.