Gmail attachment limit

Gmail Attachment Limit: How to Send Large File Attachments through Gmail

You already have zipped a folder containing a large chunk of data – could be 100MB of pictures, 60MB of presentations or 1 GB of quick video tutorial – ready for sending through Gmail?

What happens when you fire the email? Clearly not anything close to “Your email was successfully delivered to contact name so and so.”

It’s quite sickening that even at this age of technological advancement, popular email clients like Gmail still refuse to accept attachments to the north of 25MB because of Gmail attachment limit.

It gets worse if you don’t get to know whether your email was opened (or not) after putting such efforts in sending it.

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