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Steve Pitcher › Gmail 10GB Attachments…Isn’t That Quickr?

November 27th, 2012
Didn't IBM do that many years ago with Lotus Notes integration with Quickr (formerly Quickplace)?

Let's see.  I choose a file from Google Drive (Quickr) and insert a link into a Gmail (Lotus Notes).  Then, I send the email to a user.  If the user is authorized to the file, he/she downloads the file from Drive (Quickr) and voila.

Google markets it as 10GB attachments and the crowd goes wild at the...ahem...innovation.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2412534,00.asp


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