Final Folder: Archive files online with your email

One thing we all have are too many files with some sort of importance. The other problem is we do not always use a single computer. Take my example I usually end up working with 3 different computers from 3 different locations. This makes it important to collaborate files which you might want at all times. One handy method is using Drop Box to collaborate all files across systems.

I find Final Folder quite useful as there is not application to install like Dropbox and it works great as a online folder to save files as archives with your email address.

  • Final Folder requires you to register with your email address. Your email address also is then your username for looking Final Folder and the files you have archived within.
  • So if you have a file you want to archive and save for reference all you have to do is send an email with the files attached to [email protected] from your registered email address.
  • This email address works even if it is entered in CC or BCC field.
  • This is very useful while cleaning up my Inbox of all those funny pictures and images and powerpoint presentations sent to my by my friends. I do not have to save them on my email Inbox but can archive or back them up on Final Folder. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Final folder is not exactly like DropBox or other similar services to save and sync files on cloud but is more relevant as a archive folder which can be saved online. Do try out Final Folder and let me know your views and opinions through your comments.

Link: Final Folder


Anshul Dixit April 29, 2010

That’s a great find Aditya ๐Ÿ™‚ and with practically no limit (999999 documents can be uploaded) it is better than dropbox. But there is one drawback.. the size of the document will depend on the size of attachment in a mail, which means we can’t upload more than 20 mb at a time.

Aditya Kane April 29, 2010

I agree on the drawback of the file size but still I think this can be more like a archive for files stored with Email rather than a absolute alternative for Dropbox.

Osho Garg May 1, 2010

Nice Work Aditya Kane ๐Ÿ™‚