Ever wished you could send email attachments to your Dropbox account just by forwarding them to a special address? With free service Send to Dropbox, you can do just that.
Authorize Send to Dropbox to connect to your Dropbox account, you’ll be provided with a unique email address (something like firstname.lastname@example.org). Any emails you send to that address (by forwarding them or by including the address in the email’s “BCC:” field, for example) will automatically get processed by Send to Dropbox.
By default, Send to Dropbox will store email attachments as files in an “Attachments” folder in your Dropbox account, but on the settings page, you can instruct it to also save a copy of the email messages themselves (in either plain text or HTML format), as well as to extract any ZIP archives it encounters. In addition, you can modify the folder structure it uses: