Question about Yahoo Mail
You will find that most email services put limits on the size of the outgoing emails that they will allow. If you actually have a need for sending large files all of the time (I send huge data and CAD files myself) you either have to set up your own email server (not that big a deal, and it cuts out the hassles of dealing with your ISP) or use one of the email services designed for larger files. A few of these are Pando, SendThisFile, PodMailing, and Send6. I am not a particular fan of any one of these guys, have used them all to get the job done from time to time.
To try to eliminate the hassles of going to a website to send large emails, I eventually wound up setting up my own email server. Since I have both Linux and Windows systems running here, I was able to take an older system, load it with Linux and set up a server without much of a problem. But that solution is for me, where I routinely send 10-50 meg files to different divisions of the company or to customers.
I hope that this helps you out!
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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