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Sure, you could use one of thousand upload services like senduit. But there is easier way.

  • Go to your Gmail account, create a new message, attach a file and save a message to draft.
  • No go to other computer, login to Gmail and open your attachment from the email in draft folder.

Simple, eh?

Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009 9:14 PM | Filed under: Software Internet |


# re: Copying semi-large files over web 1/11/2009 11:06 PM Andrej
A stroke of genius!

Now tell me, which half-decent IMAP service can't do this?

# re: Copying semi-large files over web 1/11/2009 11:26 PM David
Not sure which can and which can't. I use Gmail through web and it works for me.

# re: Copying semi-large files over web 1/11/2009 11:51 PM Andrej
I am. Sure that is: all of them. With or without web interfaces.

I'm just being sarcastic because I hate being patronized i.e. being told things everybody actually does for as long as Gmail exists, as if they were some kind of recent personal invention.

You breathe, don't you? Well, don't think the rest of us still use gills.

"Simple, eh?" my ass!

# re: Copying semi-large files over web 1/12/2009 11:04 AM David
Well, at least one person didn't know this until yesteray - me.

Take this hint as a note-to-myself and not as me-teaching-you and world will seem like a better place in no time!

# re: Copying semi-large files over web 5/10/2009 3:49 PM Sona
Wow but how can it attach in mail & how can it possible ?

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