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Easily send large e-mail attachments with iCloud in Yosemite

MailIconYosemiteXSending attachments via e-mail to a colleague or friend is perhaps the most common approach for sharing files, and is a method that is nearly as old as e-mail itself; however, one limitation that many e-mail services have is a cap on the size of attachments that you can send, which depending on the service is generally between 10-25MB per attachment. Even though this allows the sending of most standard documents, more and more frequently there may be times when you need to send files that exceed this size. Continue reading

Apple tackles E-Mail attachment limits with MailDrop

MailIconXOne of the new features that Apple is bringing to iCloud and OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” is a new way to manage attachments when you send and view them in Mail, which will bypass the common 10-25MB attachment limits imposed by e-mail providers. With this approach, Apple is allowing iCloud users who use Mail as their e-mail client, to send attachments up to 5GB in size. Continue reading