my $fs = Net::FS::Gmail->new( username => $user, password => $pass );
open (FILE, ">output.jpg") || die "Couldn't write to file: $!n";
print FILE $fs->retrieve("renamed_piccy.jpg");
Takes the same options as Mail::Webmail::Gmail
store < filename > [as]
Store the file < filename > on Gmail. If a second filename is given then use that as the name on GMail
retrieve < filename > [version]
Get < filename > from Gmail.
If the file has multiple versions then you can pass in a version number to get version - 1 being the oldest. If you don't pass in a version then you get the latest.
versions < filename >
Returns a list of all the versions of a file
Each item on the list is a hashref containing the date the file was saved and the id of that version using the keys timestamp and id respectively.
The list is sorted, latest version first.
Get a list of all the files on the system
delete < file > [version]
Delete a file. If you pass a version number than only delete that version.
remove < file > [version]
The same as remove except that the file is merely moved to the trash.
Get your current remaining quota, just like in Mail::Webmail::Gmail i.e returns a scalar with the amount of MB remaining in you account.
If called in list context, returns an array as follows:
[ Used, Total, Percent Used ] [ "0 MB", "1000 MB", "0%" ]