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One other point: I don’t think that this is an idea that’s just for small businesses. One of the more frustrating problems for e-mail users at larger companies is how their e-mail administrators have set inbox storage limits in the 100-500MB range. It doesn’t take many multimedia files and/or Powerpoint presentations to eat through that. In seems really strange that, for no cost at all, Google is somehow able to supply users with 2GB of storage while corporations limit their users to a fraction of that. If you’re an e-mail administrator in one of those companies, imagine how your users would feel knowing they had a 2GB limit. Granted, security (having all that e-mail outside the firewall) may be a concern and I have no idea what happens if certain compliance regulations enter the picture when a public service like Google’s is getting used.

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