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How To Send Large Files Via Email. by Jochebed (f): 8:21pm on November 9
Sunday jochebed abidemi
, Nigeria.

A major challenge we face when transferring files via email is the issue of size.
Every email service has a size limit for attachments.

Therefore, it becomes absolutely impossible to send large files via email.

To overcome these challenge, web users have had to resort to the use of tools like
Google drive , Dropbox and OneDrive .

The problem with these tools is that they’re primarily storage and/or collaborative platforms and not just for sending files. This means you have to upload your files to their servers for storage before you can send those files and you must have an account with them before you can upload files to their servers. The sent files will also remain on their servers till they’re deleted which means those files will clog your cloud storage and reduce the size available to store important files that you will like to retain.

Now, what if I just want to send a large file and I don’t want it retained anywhere? What if I don’t have an account with Google, Dropbox or OneDrive?
The following services allow you to send large files without opening an account or clogging your cloud storage

WeTransfer allows you to send up 2GB free and up to 20GB on their plus plan. Click here to start sending files via wetransfer

WeTransfer allows you to send up 5GB free and up to 20GB on their premium plan. Click here to start sending files via wesendit

Filestofriends allows you to send up 1GB free and you can send up to 5GB on their plus plan. Click here to start sending files via filestofriends


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