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Sending email attachments over 1MB

Has anyone worked out how to send email attachments over 1MB without Microsoft Office sending multiples and remaining in the "outbox"? Have turned of my Internet Security but it makes no difference. This is an ongoing issue for many people.

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  • Martin Martin Sep 26, 2009

    My ISP limit is 12GB. Am currently trying to send an attachment of 2MB which will also stay permanently in the OUTBOX until deleted.
    Many thanks.

  • Martin Martin Sep 27, 2009

    Thank you antiochpc, that is a good help as I have to use gmail anyway. Still, it's not good there's this
    "flaw" in the Microsoft system, I cannot understand why it hasn't been corrected. Cheers

  • Shawn O'Halloran
    Shawn O'Halloran May 11, 2010

    What are the limits of your ISP?

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I routinely send attachments over 1 MB. It usually hangs around the 20 MB mark. There is no solution to this problem however if you upload the file to a site like rapidshare (www dot rapidshare dot com) then you can upload the entire file and it will give you a link to the file that you can then send to your recipient.

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YOU CAN TRY IT FROM FREE MAIL LIKE GMAIL, YAHOO ETC.

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