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Thread: What Can We Use 1 Gig Email Boxes For

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    We will have no need for p2p programs soon. Ok what can we use 1 gig email boxes for sending mp3's games programs any more ideas

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    not true.
    even though they give you a ton of space, teh size restrictions for a single email are prohibitive. 10 MB (Gmail's limit) is not enough to do any real file sharing via email.

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    Originally posted by Sparsely@11 July 2004 - 22:43

    not true.
    even though they give you a ton of space, teh size restrictions for a single email are prohibitive. 10 MB (Gmail's limit) is not enough to do any real file sharing via email.
    c'on just cut the big files into pieces and upload em to a public account(post em in this forum), but of course sooner or later they will find out and delete those account full of it
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    so...you're proposing seperating a 700MB .bin into 70 10MB files?
    that, sir, is ridiculous.

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    LOL

    After I found out that they will release all info to companies if you uppload a pirate, and that they can read all emails even when deleted puts me off the whole 1 gb email service by gmail. It's not so glamerous for me.
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    Originally posted by Sparsely@12 July 2004 - 00:01

    so...you're proposing seperating a 700MB .bin into 70 10MB files?
    that, sir, is ridiculous.
    no,sir, not at all. you are saying a movie file, but hes saying mp3s, warez or more ideas, i.e, a 50mb program, what we need are just several files, its better than searching for a big whole time and getting "remotely queued" or "more resources needed". In public account, its "what you see is what you get". there are more advantages
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    I'd rather just use eMule.

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    Kazaa is dyeing, p2p, not quite sure, we gotta move on
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    You could probably just trade single MP3s threw GMail.

    Rumor is that GMail is going to upgrade its 10MB attachment limit to 100MB.

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    sharing anime , already planned it in another forum , just a couple of users , average file size is 150 MB , a little help from winrar , but hey man you can share pretty much anything .


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