New p2p service uses Gmail storage

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 1:11 pm

Ever wondered what you might do with the 2GB storage provided by Google’s Gmail service? A Dutch student Robbie Groenewoudt has come up with a novel solution. His new service, known as G2G Exchange combines the storage capacity of Gmail with p2p technology to create a new file-sharing service.

The new service requires that a user reveals some login information, so it is not something that you would want to use for a personal email service. Groenewoudt suggests that users open a new Gmail account especially for the purposes of running the service.

Source: PC Pro


One Response to “New p2p service uses Gmail storage”

  1. John Busher Says:

    G2G mail is a piece of shit. It has locked me out of my gmail account.

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