Google Doubles Max Attachment Size

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Google doubles maximum attachment size. Few, if any, people need to send 20Mb files. But if you happen to be one of those people and you use Gmail, you’re in luck.

6 thoughts on “Google Doubles Max Attachment Size

  1. I think the largest attachment I’ve ever sent via email was around 9mb, and it was a message to myself. Anything larger than 2mb really ought to be transferred via FTP, DropSend, or something similar… but that’s just me. It is nice to see Google continually adding to and improving gMail.

  2. I agree that big files should be sent via FTP in most cases, but at times its nice to mail yourself large files in order to take advantage of Gmail’s large and free storage.

  3. I agree that big files should be sent via FTP in most cases, but at times its nice to mail yourself large files in order to take advantage of Gmail’s large and free storage.

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