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How to Send Large Files Over the Internet

Have you ever tried to email a file to someone, only for your mail service to tell you it’s too big? As frustrating as this might be, it’s a pretty common dilemma.

Most email services and software restrict the size of file attachments. For example, Gmail and Yahoo limit the size of an attached file to 25MB. So that 100MB video of the kids that you want to send to your mom isn’t going to get through. Let’s check out your options.

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