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Bigger Attachments

Posted By On June 1, 2007 @ 1:46 PM In E-Mail Help | Comments Disabled

Bigger Attachments

Are you one of the many who use Gmail for all your e-mail needs? I mean, you can’t really go wrong with Gmail. They give you so much storage space (almost 3 GB!), you can easily converse back and forth with all your friends, you can archive your messages, you can use Gmail and other e-mail programs together as one, it’s safe to use and so on and so on. Well, along with all of that, I have another surprise for you today. I know you’re curious, so keep reading to find out what it is!

Gmail has added yet another new feature to their service and it has to do with attachments. So, if you like to send attachments like there’s no tomorrow, you’re going to love this. From now on, you can send attachments through Gmail that size all the way up to 20 MB! That’s actually double what they’ve offered up until now. And not only can you send attachments this big, but you can receive them at that size as well. Simply amazing!

So, if you’ve ever had trouble sending large pictures, videos, documents, etc. to your friends and family members, you don’t have to worry about that anymore. Any attachment up to the size of 20 MB will go through perfectly. Isn’t it nice when an e-mail service really gives you what you want? Gmail has yet to disappoint me, that’s for sure. Give this a try today and make your Gmail space more useful than you ever thought possible!

~ Erin


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