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  • #104823

    Cloud9
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    some GMail notification programs for the taskbar:

    official Google one

    Gtray

    #104824

    Anthony
    Participant

    cool.
    you can also mount your gmail file storage in linux
    if you use *nix, you can have a 1 gig extra drive and read your mail thru the shell.

    never heard of having to have w98 installed.

    that’s like setting your home page to http://www.yahoo.com and telling people you get your internet from yahoo.

    #104825

    Robert
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    "anthony" wrote:
    that’s like setting your home page to http://www.yahoo.com and telling people you get your internet from yahoo.

    :lol:

    #104826

    FlyingCloud
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    hey jeremiah, it was me, who grabbed your invite :P :mrgreen: thanks a lot. I only clicked on the link to maybe find out more about the topic, then I tried to see if the invite was still free …and suddenly I was registered :o :lol:

    now I have to look around for a good FAQ or something, to find out what I’ve got… :aliensmile:

    but anyway, thanks a lot :!: :D

    #104827

    jeremiah
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    "anthony" wrote:
    cool.
    you can also mount your gmail file storage in linux
    if you use *nix, you can have a 1 gig extra drive and read your mail thru the shell.

    You can even do this with windows now:

    Quote:
    GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google GMail account, allowing you to use GMail as a storage medium.

    GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google GMail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your GMail account directly from inside Windows Explorer. GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag’n’drop files to.

    This is a great way to backup your important docs. The only downside is that it’s limited to 10MB per file (the GMail attachement limit). Hopefully future versions will break up large files, then upload.

    – thanks to Kevin Rose for the info – http://www.kevinrose.com”>http://www.kevinrose.com

    #104828

    Anthony
    Participant

    i have that, and it’s awesome.

    i can just drag and drop files to the gmail store and they show up as mail messages from "me"

    totally cool.

    #104829

    FlyingCloud
    Participant

    so finally I have the possibility to send out invites — if anyone is interested, send me a pm :)

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