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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Find Big Email In Your Gmail Account

Posted: 17 May 2011 07:08 AM PDT

When Gmail launched in 2004 it offered at the time a whopping 1GB of storage, which dwarfed the few megabytes of storage that other webmail services offered at the time.  Since then google have been continuously increasing the amount of storage available within Gmail, with my account currently offering a 7.5GB quota.

However, for some heavy users this still isn’t enough email storage.  Or, you may be like myself where I like to keep all emails on your smartphone and you might not have enough storage for GBs of emails.  Unfortunately Gmail doesn’t have any tools to sort emails by size, but this is where the Find Big Mail service comes in.

Find Big Mail Find Big Email In Your Gmail AccountFind Big Mail is a free service that will very quickly add additional labels to Gmail showing your biggest emails.  Once the analysis is completed, making space within your mailbox is as simple as clicking on the various labels and deleting the emails you no longer need.

If you are worried about privacy, Find Big Mail only obtains temporary access to your Gmail account in order to perform the analysis.  A small drawback of this of course is that the emails contained within the labels aren’t dynamically updated, so to get updated results you have to return the Find Big Mail Website.

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