Gmail Running Low on Storage Space – Easy Ways to Search for Large Attachments and Old Messages

Search GMAIL for Large Attachments You used to have to be a mathematician to search for large files in your gmail by typing in something like this – “size:10000000”. Now, however, you can use a more modern form to easlity search for files using “m” for megabytes and “k” for kilobytes. To search GMAIL for emails with attachments 15MB – size:15m This will search for all emails that have an attachement of 15MegaBytes. You can also search for emails that have attachements in a range of sizes: To search GMAIL for emails with attachments larger that 5MB but smaller than 8MB – larger_than:5m smaller_than:8M You can also search for older files with the date modifier. For instance, if you wanted to search for older files use this: To search GMAIL for emails older than 1 year ago – older_than:1y Here are other modifiers to fine tune your date searching after: before: older: newer: This will preform a search for messages sent or received during a certain period of time (using the date format YYYY/mm/dd) Example: after:2010/07/01 before:2010/07/04 Output: Will give the following results: Messages sent between July 1, 2010 and July 4, 2010. older_than newer_than Example: newer_than:5d Output: Finds messages sent within the last five...

Entrepreneurs can change the world!!!

A friend shared this video and it made me happy. I have been in quite a very generative space since December and notice I have not posted on my blog in awhile. But I realized that by being an entrepreneur (and having spell check) i am helping so many people realize their dreams, discovering their goals and sharing with them new possibilities. I love being an...

Internet Users by Language – Top 10 Languages

Thinking about the global nature of the web and your web presence? I came across this information that shows the top 10 Internet Users by Language. It is very interesting to see the Spanish are ranked third in number of users. This Internet Users by Language information my be very helpful when designing your site for a global presence. The rest of the worlds internet users are increasing and is you do business globally, you may want to capitalize on these users. For more information and to read the entire article, click...

What are the keys to building a successful startup business?

Startup legends – Marc Andreessen of Netscape, Kevin Ryan of DoubleClick and Gilt Groupe, Thomas Gensemer of Blue State Digital (the company that developed Obama’s online campaign and fundraising efforts), and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg – reveal their strategies for innovation and give tips on how to build a successful...

Google Wave for collaborative communications

Recently a friend of mine sent me a really neat video about Google Wave. It shows what it is, the purpose of it, how it is better and why I need it. My marketing hat goes off to EpipheoStudios.com for doing an excellent job of explaining the benefits of Google Wave. It really started me thinking about all the email threads I have been a part of in my many years as a programmer or business developer. This intertwined threading nightmare rally comes to light if you have to go back and attempt to reconstruct a thought process of a threaded email from over a year ago. Recently someone asked me to the reason why we did something. I quickly found the email, but it took about 45 minutes to follow what was being said, buy whome and why the decision was made. Had we been using Google Wave, we could have played it back and watched the email conversation take place over a year later. Pretty cool. I am going to start to use Google Wave in the next several months and will comment when I find some cool things. Thanks Simone for showing me this...