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I have a mail account provided by my company which is on a private domain. There is no options for mail notification in that domain. Others asked to use Microsoft Outlook for notification features and all. But I want to access from Google-Chrome only.

Is there any extension where I can provide my mail id with password so that it can notify me for new mails? We are using IMAP.

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You can try this tool: Chrome WebMail Notifier

Your question doesn't state what protocol you're using (POP3, IMAP, Exchange)... The link I've sent does

Gmail (Gmail & Google Apps)
Yahoo (yahoo.com, ymail.com, yahoo.co.jp)
Hotmail (hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com)
AOL (aol.com, aim.com, mail.com)
Daum (daum.net, hanmail.net)
Naver
Nate (nate.com, empas.com)
Paran (paran.com, hanmir.com)
POP3/IMAP

You get all the options you would expect:

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And just for completeness: Firefox WebMail Notifier

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Mail account is in Network solutions which uses IMAP –  arulappan Aug 10 '12 at 10:15
    
In that case, this will work. Original post edited. –  Dave Rook Aug 10 '12 at 10:15
    
I installed X-Notifier extension. But don't know to configure. Which option should I choose from the list? –  arulappan Aug 10 '12 at 10:19
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Select IMAP. As for your actual settings to enter, try networksolutions.com/support/pop-imap-settings to get your settings. –  Dave Rook Aug 10 '12 at 10:21
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