GSpace Finally Supported in Firefox 3

October 8, 2009 · Posted in Applications 

GSpaceFinally, after more than half a year, GSpace released a version that is supported in Firefox 3.

I don’t understand why it took so long for the developer to find an answer round this issue, but at least I am grateful it’s finally available.

As an avid user of GMail, I can utilise the 7GB of storage space as a backup. Well, this is not exploiting, but just making the best use out of what’s possible and supported by Google.

With GSpace, files that are larger than 19MB can be uploaded to GMail and stored as an archive.

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  1. […] GSpace Finally Supported in Firefox 3 […]

  2. […] Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta version has been in the Internet Browser market for quite some time. However, I just felt disappointed that some developers did not attempt to follow up quicker to make changes to their existing browser plugin, such as Gmail Space, also previously known as GSpace. […]

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