Copyright 2004 by Bjarke Viksoe
GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual drive in the Windows Explorer, allowing you to use your Google GMail account as a storage medium.
It allows you to do basic file manipulation, such as copy and delete, on files inside the GMail folder. Because it is a Shell Extension, the interface you work in is Windows Explorer itself.
GMail files are physically stored as e-mails on your Google GMail account. The files are stored in mail attachments, and the filename and file information (such as filesize) is stored in the message subject line.
GMail Drive has already been installed on your computer. All you need to do now, is to browse to the GMail Drive entry under your My Computer folder in the Windows Explorer.
GMail Drive -GMail Shell Namespace Extension
Copyright(C) 2004 Bjarke Viksoe
This software, including all accompanying files, is provided "AS IS" and without any warranties as to performance or merchantability or any other warranties whether expressed or implied.
Because of the various hardware and software environments into which the GMail Drive software (this Software) may be put, NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS PROVIDED.
Good data processing policies suggest that any program should be thoroughly tested with non-critical data before relying on it. The user assumes the entire risk of using this program.
GMail Drive (c) Bjarke Viksoe