Point 6: Gmail Has Seriously Large Storage Space
I don’t know about you, but I’ve had my hands smacked several times for exceeding my storage quota on Lotus Notes (and every other email system for that matter). I’m willing to bet that you have, too.
At some point, you were probably told to delete some messages because someone sent you a file with a really big attachment, filling your inbox and causing all new emails to bounce back to the senders.
Or maybe you were holding onto messages for the past three years as a part of conducting your business, using your email inbox as a document storage and retrieval system.
Whatever the reason you had, your email system was full. And if you wanted to keep your old messages but wanted to start getting new messages again, you had to make your case to the system administrator and beg for an increase in your storage quota.
Hope those sales skills were sharpened!
While it’s possible to fill up your Gmail space, it will take a serious effort on your part. 7 GB is a lot of storage space.
Next, Message Organization!
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