Send 100MB Attachments With Yahoo Mail
By on September 11th, 2009

Yahoo Mail has been constantly improving over the past few months with the addition of several applications that make your life easier while connecting with people, sorting your emails and more.

Also Read: Send 5GB Attachments using Microsoft Outlook 

But a constant problem with online email has been that they do not allow users to attach files which are larger than 10 or 20 MB, which makes sharing pictures and videos that much more harder, of course you could always use online file sharing services to share larger files.

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Mail has worked towards resolving the problem of sharing large files up-to 100MB by tying up with Drop.io.

Using the new Attach Large Filesfeature you can attach multiple files as long as they are 100MB or less, the recipient of the email can download individual attachments or choose to download them all at once.

Definitely useful and reliable. Considering that is still stuck with 20MB, Yahoo mail could definitely be a good alternative to share large files.

 

Attach up to 100MB or rich media files to your emails [Yahoo Mail Blog]

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  • http://fabworker.com Keshav

    Are the files actually attached to the email or uploaded on Drop.io’s servers? I mean, If I send a 100MB file from Yahoo mail to Gmail, will Gmail be able to get it? Because, as you mentioned, Gmail can’t take more than 20MB of attached stuff. So if the files are stored with Drop.io, it’d clear things and make sending files around anywhere a breeze.

    • http://keithdsouza.com Keith Dsouza

      @Keshav the files will be uploaded directly to Drop.io servers and not be included as attachments, as just like you said other email providers will block them

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