Emails are used for communicating with one another, and an integral part of the email communication is the files that are attached within the emails. If you want to know how to attach large sized emails within emails, especially in SBCglobal email, then go check out the blog post at SBCglobal Email Support.
Emails have become an important medium in transmitting information from one end to another. If you are using an email account and want to know how to send large files attached within the emails, then this post is for you.
When it comes to sending files, you will come across a wide range of options such as Google Drive, iCloud, Dropbox and many more. However, the problem with these services is that you will have to create separate accounts and also notify your contacts about the platform you are sending the files through.
Moreover, your contacts must have an account on the same platform in order to be able to receive those files. Due to this inconvenience, people have opted for email services because those allow sending of large sized emails easily. However, there is a limitation on the size of the file, i.e., you can’t add a file larger than 25 MB on the most popular email service ‘Gmail’.
The size limitation is different in different email services, so if you are using SBCglobal email, then you will have to check with SBCglobal email authorities regarding the file size, as to how large of a file they allow to upload. One thing is sure, there won’t be a significant difference in the size of files that can be attached in SBCglobal email compared to Gmail.
Moreover, Gmail is connected with Google Drive, so any file that the Gmail server detects is larger than 25 MB is automatically uploaded into the Google Drive of the person, which can then be shared with the receiver using a shareable link. If you want to send files within the email, then you’ll have to lower the size of the file(s), which may ruin the quality especially if you are sending an image, audio or video file.
Here is how you can send large sized files within SBCglobal email.
- You need to begin with checking the size of the file before attaching them in the mail. Doing this will avoid any issue later on.
- If your motive is to send all the files via email without bothering much about the quality, then you can reduce the size of the file. There are many image, audio, and video resizer tools available online, so use any of those to shorten the file size.
- Make use of cloud services offered by your email service providers. You can connect it with your email so that whenever you want to send large sized files, your files are automatically picked by the cloud service.
You can consider these points while sending large sized files, however, if you are still not able to send the files, even if their size is well within the prescribed size range, then you can consult SBCglobal email support facility.