HardDrive your GMail

HardDrive your GMail




The original developers of GmailHardDrive.com has returned and is now providing the same free service — yes, making your Gmail a remote backup drive.

We are now officially open and ready for users once again! Our old site was shut down by Google because the domain name had the term “Gmail” in it which was trademark infringement. Now our site does not infringe on their “Gmail” name and now no one will be confused as to whether this site is run by Google or not.


 

I beta-tested it and works like a wonder. Simple and intuitive interface and uploading is a breeze. Looks like we’re I’m going to need this more often.

Go check it out at XmailHardDrive.com



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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7 Responses

  1. bugsybee says:

    Yuga, I already downloaded the previous gmail hard drive – maybe about 2 months ago, basta matagal na. I want to try the new one. Do I have to delete the old one?

  2. Jaypee says:

    I have the 3rd party program GMail Drive that you have to install to your machine and I’ve had this for quite awhile now. I believe this Xmail is available via the web, right? I’ll give this one a try. :)

  3. yuga says:

    @ bugsybee & Jaypee

    This is a different service than the one you got before. Remember that it’s a 3rd party provider and not affiliated nor owned by Google itself so implementations may differ.

  4. ka edong says:

    hmmmm… pwede, pwede ….

    looks like i’ll be using this too.

    time to wake up my “driveDko” gmail address

    Downside: I don’t like sending my Gmail password through a third-party

    edwin

  5. yuga says:

    @ Ka Edong

    You can always send yourself another GMail invitation dedicated for this.

  6. Brajesh kumar says:

    It reminded me about a websit called xdrive.com few years ago. Later it became paid and all data were trapped.

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