Thursday, May 24, 2007

GMAIL increases attachment size to 20MB and more..

Just checking out what is new in GMAIL, my favorite online email program provided by Google, tellseme that they have increased the size of attachments to 20GB. All of you who have tried to send an attachment say 10MB have had their mail returned because the attachment was too big. If you had admin rights on the mail server you could have increased it but who has admin rights on a mail server that some other company runs?
So it is time to get an account at GMAIL if you are the type that need to send out large attachments. More than the attachments, there are a lot of other amenities that comes with GMAIL and once you are in, you may find it very useful email alternative.

Here is a blurb from Gmail itself;
Increased attachment limit-- 20 MB!
Now you can start sharing more of those home videos, large presentations and files you just can't seem to get smaller. We have doubled the allowable attachment size to 20 MB to make your Gmail space even more useful. Learn More

Gmail Theatre Presents...
Check out the Gmail features you know and love as you have never seen them before. Gmail Theater presents an ensemble cast of engineers in Attack of the Spam, The In-Boxer, The Isle of Lost Emails, and Chat in the name of Love. Watch all the videos on YouTube.

It's a Gmail party and everyone is invited!
You can still invite your friends to enjoy Gmail's spam protection, 2.8 GB free storage and other great features, but now you can also just tell them to visit and sign up without an invitation.

1 comment:

skipper said...

The video is worth seeing, even if it is a GMail advertisement.