May 23rd, 2007 by Keith

GMail Increases Attachment Size to 20MB

Posted in Site News, Software Companies, Web Apps

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According to Google Operating System Blogspot, the popular web-based email system, GMail, has now doubled their maximum attachment size from 10MB to 20MB.

So, from today onwards, GMail users are not able to send emails with attachments up to 20MB in size within one message. Although some other few mail providers may not support attachment size greater than 10MB, but if you are sending to accounts, e.g. Yahoo Mail Plus or other premium accounts, it is quite useful.

Great news, isn’t it?

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