Friday, October 15, 2004

More about GMail...

... and we found this: GMail Drive.

It's a shell extension (for those of you who don't know, it's a little piece of code that aggregates itself to Windows OS, in this case the File Explorer), and its function is to transform your GMail account on a 1,000 Mbs virtual drive. Logically, we'll have to have the shell extension installed and running on every machine from which we want to enter our Google hard drive.

Esentially it sends an email to our GMail account with the file(s) we want to copy or move there as an attachment.

Thanks to this little (in size) program we've found another interesting blog: Aimless Words, dedicated entirely to GMail.


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