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Help would like to know what i have to do to be able to send and recive large files i am using a imac power pc g4 2.1

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You can use online services like
mailbigfile.com
transferbigfiles.com
yousendit.com
These are all FREE

If your staying within the mac family you can exchange files with a MobileMe account (formally .Mac). This account can also work with WIndows with an web page you create with the service.

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How do i send email with a large attachment from my imac


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Attachments to email should be less than 10mb.
Your ISP sets the limit.
Open an email and get it ready to go.
Put cursor where you want the attachment to sit on the page.
Drag your file to be attached, from the Desktop to the Email window & drop. Then clik send.
For larger attachments:
Use the free DropBox to share files with friends. You place files to be shared in the Dropbox Folder which shows in the top menu of a Mac. Very simple to use, once set up. https://db.tt/7ByRbUj
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WinRAR Support


There are situations when you need to securely share files and other documents like images, videos and audios over Internet. The best option which, strikes in the mind of computer users is to use e-mail programs. But do you know, the e-mail programs still impose some level of restriction in sending files of larger size. They allow you to send files and other documents of limited capacity.

Which is the best option to share large sized data over Internet? The best option is to use WinRAR, which is a powerful archive manager and helps you to send large files like images, videos, songs etc. It not only facilitates sending large sized data but also helps in taking a backup of all your important data stored on your PC.

In other words, WinRAR is an all-in-one utility, which allows taking a backup of data stored on your computer and helps in sending large files. It reduces the overall size of the e-mail attachments and makes them easier to be transferred over Internet.

Use WinRAR Support to decompress different file formats

In case, you have downloaded files, which are in different formats then you don’t have to worry. This easy-to-use utility helps in decompressing files in different formats like CAB, ARJ, TAR etc., and is also capable to create new archives in RAR and ZIP format.

This utility is available for different operating systems like Mac OS X, Linux, MS DOS and Windows. Presently, the latest version of WinRAR is WinRAR 3.90; this product is also compatible with the new Windows 7 operating system. This utility is available for a free-trial for a specified period of time. You can try this product before purchasing. It allows the users to try this product and make a decision to either continue with the product by registering for the product at its official website.

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Every time i try to send an email with snow leopard mail that has an attachment of around 10 mb it never sends. However, if i turn and do it with ms outlook it works just fine. What gives?


OS X mail can be quite sluggish at times. I know it sounds stupid, but have you tried just leaving it for a while? What does the activity monitor/loading bar in the bottom left show?
I have never had problems with this, but if I did, I would use a service like Dropbox or YouSendIt to share such large files.
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Jan 19, 2011 | Apple iMac G5 Desktop

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How do I send a video from my phone to my email address. It reads file too large to send.


you can change the resolution of the video to small size for e.g. your video settings was set to high then the file size will be too large to send using MMS or to your email. try to record a video that has low resolution and small file size and send it to your email and it will work.

you can also try to transfer the file from your device to your pc using the a cable or via bluetooth and send it to your email.

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Cannot send large email attachment on Snow Leopard Mail


I ran into this problem back in October and found a solution. By default EWS limits attachment sizes to ~ 8MB. You can customize the size limit by making changes on the Exchange 2007 server.
Modify C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\Owa\web.config and C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\exchweb\EWS\web.config
Path will vary depending on your Exchange installation. Search for maxRequestLength in both files. Replace with a figure that doubles the actual allowed file size. In my testing 50000KB = 25MB attachment being allowed. Note there are other settings in the GUI of Exchange that can also limit file send size and are well documented in Microsoft KB. Note2: You will have to make this change again after every Exchange service pack.
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Transferring software and files from PowerPC G3 to PowerMac G4


to mount somthing in a mac is basicly cutting it on for use.
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For example if you instal a flash drive or an hard drive via an out side connection, The mac will mount it so you can use it.

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IMac won't recognize the files on a PC


In order for a Mac to open files generated on a PC, you must have a program capable of reading these files. The new version of Microsoft Office defaults to saving files in a new format which is not compatible with earlier versions. This can be rectified by 'Back Saving' files to an earlier version of Office in the 'Save' menu.
If you have files that you know can be opened with an application that is installed on the Mac, ctrl/click (right click) on the file and chose 'Open With' from the drop down menu. This will allow you to choose the application.

Jan 05, 2009 | Apple iMac G5 Desktop

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Problem still there ...cannot send large e-mails


download a free program called YOUSENTIT..and you should be fine sending large files

Nov 28, 2008 | Apple iMac G5 Desktop

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