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Packages: gmailfs fuse-utils libfuse2 gvfs-fuse
Config files: /etc/gmailfs/gmailfs.conf; ~/.gmailfs.conf (make a copy from the another one)
fusermount -u /mount/path/
none /mount/path/ gmailfs
noauto,user[,username=USERNAME,password=PASSWORD,fsname=VOLUME] 0 0
- The options between  are optional since they already setuped on the config files.
- The '-p' flag shows a prompt for the password entry.
- It's necessary to add the user to the 'fuse' group. You can do that with:
sudo chgrp fuse /dev/fuse
sudo usermod -a -G fuse USER
- The volume name is not needed but highly recommended to avoid file corruption. Also choose a non-trivial name.
- Google doesn't approve the use of Gmail account other than e-mail purposes. So, I recommend the creation of a new account for this.