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Mashable warned earlier today that a few big-time emailers are finally running out of space in their Gmail inbox:
"So much for, 'never delete an e-mail again.' When Gmail first launched in 2004, its massive storage space was a highly touted feature…. However, users…now send larger e-mail attachments and archive more messages."
I want to make sure Tosh.0 blog readers are prepared if their Gmail accounts ever get too full, so here is some advice on how to start cleaning out your inbox:
Follow these steps and you won't ever have to worry about running out of space on your Gmail.
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The BBC reports that in Switzerland, the postal service is offering a $20-per-month service to turn paper letters and mail into a digital copy for reading on computers. If you sign up, your letters are taken to a "secret location" where the front and back of the envelopes are scanned and sent to your email. Based on the looks of the packaging, you can decide if you want it opened. If you do, another lackey who is "sworn to secrecy" opens the letter and scans it. Then, it ends up in your email inbox. And you thought snail mail was already slow.
My take is actually quite the opposite. I prefer to have all of my email delivered to mailbox. I set up a Presto Printer back in my hometown. It's a printer that automatically prints everything out that's sent to its specially assigned email address. I've pre-loaded the Presto Printer with stamped and addressed paper. Weekly, a kid down the street picks up the stack of five or six thousand printed out emails and drops them in the mail for me. That's it!