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Saturday, February 05, 2005

A few gmail hacks

In an earlier post, I mentioned that a drawback of gmail was that it did not support the sending of html emails, although it can display html or RTF content. Well, here is a little tool that allows you to compose in html. What is doing is just displaying a currently concealed capability already in the gmail compose page. No wysiwyg yet, but its a start. Since blogger here has a very nice wysiwyg editor, we know Google has the technology for this.

And while we are on the subject of Google hacks, here is a clever little program that allows your gmail storage to appear as a drive in the Windows explorer, in effect giving you a one-gig drive space accessible from any PC on the net.

But be forewarned - as 3rd party add-ons to a beta program, both of these tools may quit working without warning as Google makes changes to gmail.

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