YEa.. It is indeed good. But, you forgot to add in 1 thing. The Max File Size you can attach or upload is 20Mb. But anyway, It is still very big.
ye but it's still 1GB mail
Mine stopped working even with the correct login details.
The Max File Size you can attach or upload is 20Mb. But anyway, It is still very big.
I heard the problem is that GMail script keep changing its url structure (or the mechnisms involved I'm nopt familiar with). Therefore the script doesn't work every time and it keep getting updated.
Now gmail provides 2028 mm
And emails here
This is actually illigal you all know this dont you
This is very useful...... I never knew that Thanx for sharing very useful indeed... Thanx Again
Gmail drive works great..no problem at all
I don't think gmail alows us to use gmail this way
GmailFS provides a mountable Linux filesystem which uses your Gmail account as its storage medium. GmailFS is a Python application and uses the FUSE userland filesystem infrastructure to help provide the filesystem, and libgmail to communicate with Gmail.
GmailFS supports most file operations such as read, write, open, close, stat, symlink, link, unlink, truncate and rename. This means that you can use all your favourite unix command line tools to operate on files stored on Gmail (e.g. cp, ls, mv, rm, ln, grep etc. etc.).
Please be gentle on the code. This is my first foray into Python and I'm sure the code is far from elegant. I'm particularly concerned with my attempts to manipulate mutable byte arrays. I'm sure that there must be a less clumsy way of doing it than the nasty list -> array -> string path I'm currently using. This language has a reputation as an excellent choice for rapid prototyping. The first working version of GmailFS took about 2 days of coding. There was an additional 1.5 days spent on performance tuning and bugfixing. Given that this includes language learning curve, the reputation seems well deserved. A special mention should go to libgmail and FUSE, both greatly contributed to the short development time.