Thursday, 12 May 2011

                                  The most popular and free email service, Gmail comes with a huge storage space about 7513 MB. Though most of the user’s usage may never reach to even 50% of the storage capacity, some have almost reached the storage limit while others who have exceeded this free space are now getting the error message ‘You have run out of space for your Gmail account”.
                   The best way to avoid that situation is to visit this  and enter you gmail address and press the click here button.
                   The find big mail services will then scan and find the emails that take huge space. This process may take some time depending upon the number of email to be scanned.
                    Once done check your Gmail account and you will find a new Gmail label 'Big Mails' that are emails using too much free space.
                     Review those emails and delete unwanted ones and then also remember to empty the trash. That’s it.
                     By simply following this process your 100 % used up Gmail free storage space may come down to less than 25% and for some users it may even reduce to 6 to 10 %.

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