You are currently using 0 MB (0%) of your 2803MB

I am using 0MB of my Gmail account. Normal.

I am using 0% of my Gmail account. A-OK.

I have TWO-THOUSAND-EIGHT-HUNDRED-THREE Megabytes available? I’m not sure which is weirder/insane-r … that it’s that high, or that it’s a seemingly random number.

Does everyone else have 2803MB total in their Gmail account?


3 Responses to “You are currently using 0 MB (0%) of your 2803MB”

  1. 1 dianoia January 9, 2007 at 16:29 pm

    I do 2800 or so.

  2. 2 Josh Miller January 9, 2007 at 16:30 pm

    They all do I beleive. There’s a place somewhere (possibly the sign up screen) where the amount of space is shown as a continually increasing counter. I guess the idea is that they are always adding to the space. When I signed up a few years ago it was only 2.5 gigs. I’ve used 7% and I do delete a fair amount of emails. That large space of email seems rediculous but if yo start sending and archiving files it can go quick.

    There’s actually a plug in for Windows Explorer that will map your Gmail account as if it were a drive on your PC as well.

  3. 3 guamaniac January 9, 2007 at 16:37 pm

    Hey, Josh.

    I never would have noticed that counter on the sign-in page; that’s Google for ya…just sneaking little neato features in there.

    I’m going to explore the Explorer add-on for access to the Gmail File-system.

    Great site, too!

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