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<li><p>you know when you go to the website, it says something like “7891749871982749 MB of space and counting!” And that number never stops moving. So, is that true that Google is managing to increase that number? or they’re just doing it for show?</p></li>
<li><p>would someone please email me an invite for a gmail account? My being Asian, my parents will not let me receive text messages and therefore, I can’t get a code. Their website says that someone with a gmail account can send you an access code. Por favor?</p></li>
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<li>I have no idea.</li>
<li>I have Gmail. Just tell me your email address and I'll send you an invite. :)</li>
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<li>I think it's for show.</li>
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<li>Of course it's true, google is magic.</li>
<li>Looks like you've been covered, but if anyone else wants one feel free to PM me, I have several invites left :)</li>
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<p>It's totally for real, try filling it up that high.</p>

<p>I'm in love with Gmail. Especially the animated emoticons on the Gmail Chat thing. Even better when you discover them on accident.</p>

<p>Does anyone know how Google manages to increase the amount we get at all?</p>

<p>The emoticons are nice until you type emoticons like >=( and it doesn't animate the eyebrows.</p>

<p>Grrrr... >=(</p>

<p>When I first discovered the animated emoticons I was chatting with my sister. We had 88 lines (yes exactly 88...I love gmail) of us pretty much trying out all the smilies.</p>

<p>G-mail is constantly adding more hard data space. So the numbers are rising. But the little counter is hardly literal. =p</p>

<p>I have Gmail..but I doubt that the number is accurate..</p>

<p>I was one of the first to try G-mail and am using it with total satisfaction for about two years! Go GOOGLE!!!
Answering first question. Indeed, the number there is truly counting but I doubt that most of people have a lot of mail there, even more than 100 MB so they don't suffer any loss in data-space -- just reallocate it when it's needed.</p>

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<li><p>I think Google does increase it. it seems to just increase with time, and the "max" space for email keeps increasing so . . . I guess it's true.</p></li>
<li><p>I'll give invites to anyone who asks. Just tell me your email.</p></li>
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<p>mr_chipset: Blogger, right? ;)</p>

<p>I'm using 16% (449mb). That's the highest I know of except for people who join lots of daily mailings and groups and dont' actually read it. I don't delete anything.'</p>

<p>But yeah, I've got like 88 invites left if you need. <a href="mailto:DMLerner@gmail.com">DMLerner@gmail.com</a></p>

<p>Wow... that's impressive. I'm only using 8% (209MB). That's like hal of yours!</p>

<p>But I do delete everything I don't need...and hard documents.</p>

<p>whoa, how on earth do you have 88 invites? i just started using gmail yesterday. i have 2 invites.</p>

<p>I have 94 :) GMail just gave a lot of invites to those that are long with them :)</p>

<p>can someone invite me my e-mail is <a href="mailto:futuregiselle@aol.com">futuregiselle@aol.com</a> :)</p>

<p>why does gmail require an invite?</p>

<p>just sent one to you . . .</p>