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Gmail allows "Drag and Drop" attachments onto messages

Google Gmail now allows "drag and drop" attachments when composing email messages. This is made possible because of the latest HTML 5.0. For now, only browsers that support HTML 5.0 like Mozilla Firefox 3.6+ or Google Chrome 4+ will have this new cool feature.

This new method of adding attachments by dragging the files from your favourite file manager, e.g. Windows Explorer, to Gmail will show you a drop zone where you need to place the files.

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