Turn your GMail as file hosting
GMail (Google Mail) is one product of Google that provides email services. It’s offers a very large capacity….. almost 7.5 GB. I think I received quite a lot of emails in a week….. but only spend 2% of total capacity.
With GMail Drive shell extension, you could use the empty space as a file hosting.
Like the picture beside, you will find the Gmail drive like you have one additional harddisk partition.
To put the files in the GMail Drive, can be used copy-paste command, drag and drop, and also send to command.
GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google Mail account, allowing you to use Gmail as a storage medium.
Some note from the website:
that GMail Drive is still an experimental tool. There’s still a number of limitations of the file-system (such as total filename size must be less than 65 characters). Since the tool hooks up with the free Gmail Service provided by Google, changes in the Gmail system may break the tool’s ability to function. I cannot guarantee that files stored in this manner will be accessible in the future.
As shown in the image above, there will be a notification email every insert a file into Gmail Drive. In the email can be taken download link file that is uploaded to.
Source and download file : viksoe.dk.