Posted By RichC on March 29, 2018
After noticing once again my business email box pushing the limit on storage, I did the normal "sort by size" in order to delete old and unneeded larger emails with hefty attachments. This is a common practice for me as several times each month my servers automatically back-up databases and email a .ZIP archive and customers often still prefer emailing design files and art rather than sharing a folder, file or link in a cloud-based archive like Dropbox, Box, Apple iCloud, Google Drive, Microsoft’s OneDrive or Amazon’s Clouddrive and S3.
Usually for my personal Gmail account I’m not concerned as Google generously offers 15GBs of shared storage across Gmail, Google Drive and Google+ Photos. BUT … even with that, I’m starting to push limits as our family shares photos back and forth (I rarely delete them). Unfortunately Google does not make sifting through the larger emails easy and it requires a search string (although there use to be an extension to Chrome that sort, but it is no longer available???).
Back to the point of the Throw Back Thursday of this post … while sorting through some of the older and larger files, my daughter Katelyn sent me a bunch of photos from a spring break trip with college friends to the Delray Beach condo and a visit with her now late grandmother and grandfather. Wouldn’t you know, a nice #TBT memory photo!