GmailClipse – Transform Gmail into a network hard drive

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GmailClipse is a Java application based on Eclipse RCP, in addition to Gmail’s basic mail functions, it can also simulate your Gmail account to a file system (network drive), which supports the file or folder upload, download and delete etc.

Compared with Gmail Drive and other similar softwares, the largest improvement of GmailClipse is:

  • User uploaded files no longer have the size limitation
  • Realize the long filename supporting

Based on the above two characteristics, GmailClipse can simulate a Gmail account into a true sense of network hard disk.

Gmailclipse does not need to install, but need the Java Runtime Environment installed first!

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(v2.5 Final | Homepage)

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