I’ve been using Gmail for a few months now, and I’m quite happy with it. So happy actually that I turned all my email POP inboxes into forwarders to several Gmail accounts, and fetch my POP emails from there.
This enables me to save space on my own web/email space, have a great SPAM filter (much better than any of the local ones I tried, and I don’t have to download the emails to be able to filter them!), and a perfect web interface.
I have now used 10 percent of my storage (75 percent of that being SPAM…) – what do I do if I ever reach 100 percent?
AFAIK there is no way for mass management of emails – like rules where I can delete anything older than x and not having tags. I don’t think that would be hard to add, but it’s just not there yet.
I wonder how Google will address that – they probably don’t have many users that complain yet, but this is just a matter of time…
What’s *your* Gmail strategy???