Written by rodsingleton the 26 Jun 12 at 12:48.
Category: Internet & Networking.
The latest version 13 of Thunderbird offers the YouSendIt service as a Filelink storage service.
This made me think that with every Ubuntu user having a free Ubuntu One cloud storage why have a subscription to another service when you could achieve the same outcome with UbuntuOne.
Also the free YouSendIt service limits you to sending up to 50MB attachments, but if you have a couple of GB free in your UbuntuOne storage then why not use some of this space for online email attachment storage. And you wouldn't have any arbitrary attachment size restriction - you would only be restricted by how much available space left in your UbuntuOne account.