Sending attachments can be done anywhere and at any time provided the sending source is connected to the internet. However, more often than not, most people experience problems when sending large email attachments. The main reason that attributes to such problem experiences is normally the limitation by internet servers, as some limit the size of attachments that can be sent at any given time.

From some servers, the largest email attachment that one can send should not exceed 10 megabytes. However, there are those that exceed their limits to 20 megabytes, 25 megabytes and a few other internet services specifically offers the free services of sending as large email attachments as 2GBs or even 5GBs. This however is done direct online services such as web-interface or outlook plug-in.

In normal day to day mailing, especially in the offices, one may be required to email large attachments or many files to one email address or even to different addresses, which can be a bit hectic and tedious, especially when one is used to small attachments and one attachment.

However, such attachments, when many and large, can be saved in one compressed or zipped folder, which normally compresses the large multiple attachments into manageable size, which folder can be attached to the email ready for sending. It’s possible to attach and send more than one compressed folder at a time, which in normal instance such many documents could not be attached all at a go for mailing, since they may at time prove to have hit the target limit, unlike when compressed.

Depending on how large the email attachments are, it is possible to send large email attachment, as long as one has the technical know how and with the slightest knowledge, one can even search for available services that allows one to send large attachments.

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