Gmail changed the game for free email services by introducing high storage inboxes. Now Gmail gives its users more than 7GB of storage. Most of the users never avail most of this space though. You can use up any vegetating space in your Gmail account with the Gmail Drive shell extension. Download this app at http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/E-mail/Mail-Utilities/Gmail-Drive-shell-extension.shtml. It is a Shell Name space extension that creates a virtual file system using your Gmail inbox, letting you use your Gmail account as a local storage medium. The free space available on your Gmail account appears as a drive in My Computer of your system. Any file copied into this drive is sent as a mail attachment to the mailbox.
Published on November 29, 2010