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3 Ways To Send Large Files Via Email Attachment

By KWS Adams Jun4,2020
Send Large Files Via Outlook Email Attachment
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Wondering the how to send large files as an email attachment in Gmail or any other provider? Or you simply want to send a file which is larger than the allowed limit by your provider? Regardless of what you may be interested in, this article will help you to discover some of the best and simplest ways to send email attachments of sizes between 2 Mbs and  20 Gbs.

As we know it well, many of the free web based email providers do have a limit when you want to send large files or attachment sizes. For example, the popular Gmail is limited to 25 Mbs, Yahoomail to 20 Mbs, Hotmail (including Live, Outlook and others) to 10 Mbs. This means that one cannot attach a video attachment which is bigger than that.

Whether you want to send bigger attachments for your businesses, or for personal purposes no matter the number of recipients, you can definately do that provided you choose an email service provider which allows you do that, just like you can see below.

These 3 allows you send large files via email attachment

  • Send transfer
  • Drop send
  • Transfer big files

Send Transfer

Send transfer large files in Gmail

Send transfer is a free service for sending unlimited emails with attachments of up to 10 Gb with no registration. All you need is to set expiry, enter your sender email address, receiver email address, your message, select your attachment and send your email.

Send Large Files Asap Email Attachment

Update: As of today, the domain looks to be listed for sale. Trying the other alternatives below seems to be the perfect solution.

Drop Send

Send large files in Gmail via Drop send

With Drop send, there is no registration required when sending your attachment email. You can send any file including PDF, Docs, MP3 and many others of a size which is larger than 2 Gigabytes. You just enter your from email address, the receiver email address, select your file to attach, enter the numbers and send your attachment.

Transfer Big Files

Send large files in Yahoomail via Drop send

Using transfer big files, You can send files of up to 20 Gigabytes imagine. You are allowed to create an account which you can use to store your files for future sending, create custom download pages and do many more including sending a single file to multiple recipients

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By KWS Adams

My name is KWS Adams . (Call me Kateregga). I am an IT addict who loves playing around with computers and internet. Computers help me try out different things while turning them into reality, while the internet powers me stay live online. Besides computers, I am a project planning and management professional with an Award obtained from MUK, one of the oldest and best Universities in Africa. Find me on Twitter, Facebook and Whatsapp. Find more on how to contact me using the contact me page.

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  3. It is not easy to transfer large files with standard methods. Binfer is a great alternative for transferring large files like HD videos. It does require the senders computer to stay online.

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