July 11th, 2006 by Keith

GSpace 0.3.4 – GMail File Space

Posted in Fun Stuff, Utilities, Web Apps, Windows

GSpace

If you have heard of GMail Drive, then you will find GSpace very similar to that. GSpace extension allows users to use the 2GB allocated GMail Space for file storage, treating the GMail server as though it is a remote FTP server. What’s impressive here is that, it is capable of uploading files that are greater than 10MB in size!

After installation, there will be an option “GSpace” appearing in the Tools menu, which you can click on to open a window to transfer your folder or file. Given your GMail account username and password, you will be able to sign in and log on to the remote host. The remote view should indicate “gs:/” in the textbox, and will be empty since there are no files uploaded yet.


New Features

  • · Added Cut/Copy/Paste/Rename Options to the remote (gmail) file system
  • · Added SendTo option which enables you to send files to your friends
  • · Added “Image Panel” using which you can see the “images” directly without downloading
  • · Improved the interface by adding file properties, etc
  • · Improved the stability.

In GSpace, there is a button called “Filter” which filters the filees based on the filesize, when enabled, it only shows files that are less than 10MB in size, as according to the maximum attachment size in GMail. All other buttons are pretty straightforward, as the tooltips will describe the functions of each buttons.

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