Gmail: hard drive to store filesTuesday, August 4, 2009 22:22
To be able to achieve this, of course, is that you need a Gmail account. If you do not have a Gmail inbox, you can create a mailing address at gmail.com.
You should note this, to use Gmail as the mail partition the drive to store files, the file is stored on it will be contained in the Inbox, so if you intend to store multiple file on this, you will confuse the message contained in this. To assist with file storage and organization arrangements have order, you can set to the file will be contained in the Archive rather than contained in the Inbox. This will help your Inbox is not disorder.
Here is how to set up the file will be contained in the Archive in the Inbox instead:
- First, you log into your Gmail account at http://gmail.com
- Next, you click the Settings link at the top right corner. Here, you continue to click on link Filters. Purpose of this is to create a filter, so that the file you want to hold on Gmail will be filtered from the Inbox and move into Archive.
- At Filters, you click the link to Create a new filter. Here, you enter into GMAILFS Subject box and click Next Step.
- Next check box to Skip the Inbox (Archive it) and click Create Filter.
Now, when you use Gmail as a disk partition to hold the file, it will automatically skip the Inbox and contain the Archive.
After installing the program successfully, you open the My Computer window and see the partition new drive named Gmail Drive.
And in case you want to delete a file from disk partition, you can right-click the file and select delete, or simply click on the file and press the Delete key. In summary, the operation on file for this partition completely identical to the normal partition on the hard drive. Image below will show you that.