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Saturday, October 09, 2004
 
Finally, A Gmail File System For Windows
As Google Blogoscoped reports, we've now got a Gmail file storage system that works in Windows, called GMail Drive. Thanks to GMail Drive, you can drag and drop files into Gmail through Windows Explorer. As astute readers may remember, there was much consternation in late August when GmailFS came out and it was Linux-only.

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The requirements say IE is needed..... So, I can't use it.... I switched to firefox
 
did you completely uninstall IE?... if not, you can still use it....
 
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