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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by fjs08, Mar 1, 2006.
Is there a Mac (OSX) version of the GMail Drive that's available for Windows?
Yeah, there's gdisk but it really sucks.
>>eah, there's gdisk but it really sucks.<<
Why does it really suck??? unreliable, slow, inefficient??
its slow, but i mean its free can, so it worth it
If you're only storing small files, up to a few Mb's, then just use the standard 'draft' function - e.g. open up a new message, save an attachment, give it a subject heading so you know what's being stored and click 'save as draft'. That way you can access the files from anywhere with a browser.
I have a bunch of key files stored in the 'draft' folder of my GMail account.
I found this on a gDisk search. I found this program and have installed and tried using it. There is no instructions on the developers page and the help section in the program is non-exisitant so I am not sure if I am using the program correctly. I would appreciate any insight/tips/instructions from those of you that have used this effectively.
I open the program and login. I created a folder. I drag a couple of file into the folder and it puts it in a upload queue. I click on upload and the files are now listed in the folder. I log into gmail and it appears that the files are now showing in my 'draft' folder as individual emails.
1. Am I doing this right?
2. Why are they stored as individual drafts? I could have done this on my own and I would have put them all in one draft.