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GMail Drive 1.18

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Oct 28, 2011
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Software VersionRelease DateSize
GMail Drive 1.0.10 Add info134.63 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.11 Beta Add info146.77 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.12 Beta Add info150.89 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.12Nov 9, 2007152.21 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.13Jul 10, 2008153.14 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.14Aug 11, 2009155.51 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.15Nov 4, 2009156.37 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.16 Add info371.66 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.17 Add info366.24 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.18Oct 26, 2011373.40 KB
GMail Drive 1.0.19 Add info373.46 KB
GMail Drive 1.1.1 Add info147.01 KB
GMail Drive 1.1.2 Add info152.21 KB
GMail Drive 1.1.3 Add info153.14 KB
GMail Drive 1.1.4 Add info155.51 KB
GMail Drive 1.1.8Oct 28, 2011373.40 KB
GMail Drive 1.05 Add info120.27 KB
GMail Drive 1.06 Add info122.61 KB
GMail Drive 1.07 Add info122.69 KB
GMail Drive 1.08 Add info124.80 KB
GMail Drive 1.09 Add info133.48 KB
GMail Drive 1.10 Add info135.01 KB
GMail Drive 1.11Mar 18, 2007147.01 KB
GMail Drive 1.12Nov 9, 2007152.21 KB
GMail Drive 1.13Jul 10, 2008153.14 KB
GMail Drive 1.14Aug 11, 2009155.51 KB
GMail Drive 1.16May 26, 2010371.66 KB
GMail Drive 1.17Dec 7, 2010366.24 KB
GMail Drive 1.18Oct 28, 2011373.40 KB

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GMail Drive Description

GMail Drive is a free third-party namespace extension ("add-on") for Microsoft Windows. It allows a user to access a virtual drive stored in a Gmail e-mail account by causing the contents of the Gmail account to appear as a new network share on the user's workstation. In order to use this add-on, the user needs a Gmail e-mail account. The add-on enables the user to use the standard Windows desktop file copy and paste commands to transfer files to and from the Gmail account as if it was a drive on the user's computer.


For GMail Drive to operate, your computer must be connected to the Internet and must have access to Gmail. A broadband connection is preferable though not necessary. GMail Drive uses the inbox of your Gmail account to store files and creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google GMail account, enabling you to save and retrieve files stored on your GMail account directly from inside Windows Explorer. GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag'n'drop files to, but does not give an actual drive letter, such as C:, preventing its use in all DOS applications, and some older Windows applications.

When you create a new file using GMail Drive, it generates an e-mail and posts it to your account. The e-mail appears in your normal Inbox folder, and the file is attached as an e-mail attachment. Gmail Drive periodically checks the mail account (using the Gmail search function) to see if new files have arrived and to rebuild the virtual drive's directory structures.

Multiple computers can connect to one Gmail account thus allowing GMail Drive to act as a multi-user file server.

Consequently, restrictions on the Gmail service are also enforced when using Gmail Drive. For example, users are not able to upload files greater than 20 MB[1]. In the past, Gmail also prevented users from transferring certain file types, such as an executable or zip archive. Some users bypassed this restriction by renaming the file extension or by putting it into a rar or 7zip archive.

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