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Because if the file is too large, it will take a long time to send and a long time for the recipient to download. 1GB file at 20kb/s takes about 15 minutes. Also, some e…mail services don't allow attachments above a certain size. If this is the case, upload your file at a site such as http://www.transferbigfiles.com/ and send the download address to the recipient.
The best way for sending large files via e-mail is to archive them. For that you should download any archiver application. User friendly are the freeware archivers such as Win…RAR or B1 Archiver. You also can download the trial version of WinZip. With these apps you'll make the size of your files smaller and will be able to send large files.
A really good way to send any files (large or small, even videos) is to just upload them to your Google Drive. If you have a gmail account (just create one if you don't) Then… once your files have been uploaded they will appear in the "My Drive" tab on the left. You can then check the boxes next to your files you wish to send and hit the share button. A box will pop up and all you have to do is type in the email address of the person(s) you wish to view it. Also if you plan on sending several files (like a photo album) you have the option of uploading an entire folder. This has been the best way for me. -Military Spouse with 4 deployments down and always long distances between families. hope this helps
yes , it is possible only if you have i Bluetooth in your i phone .
Sending large audio files is easy with the right tools. Most email providers only allow up to 10mb including encoding of the email. Realistcally, 7.5mb max attachment size. Ch…eck out a large file transfer website to get the job done. If you want you can use my brothers site to send files up to 2GB,.. its free and you can use your existing email. http://www.toobigforemail.com
You need to use a third party large file support website to send files too big for email.
There is no reason why you shouldn't other that many email clients can't accept large email attachments. In that case people resort to programs like SizableSend.com - It lets …you send up to 20GB's of files at a time, up to 2GB per file and it's 100% free to use
Really easy, Go to gygan.com and upload as much as you want then share a link.
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Use an online file transfer service
by using blue toothby both iphone get the app called bumpby connecting the iphones to itunes
PDF is a great way to send large files in email. Most people are able to open PDF files and they tend to be easier to navigate, especially if it is a large file or a lot to re…ad. Also when you want to send big files you can use free b1 archiver. It's easy-to-use and quite helpful
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"There are several methods to send large files over the internet. First, one could compress the files into a zip file which will allow for one to send the files through email.… If the files are still too large for email there are several sites that allow for large file transfers. One could also store the file on a file sharing website and grant the necessary recipient access to the site."
One can always upload and send files, large or small, via the email. If the file is very large, you can also use a source such as Cloud, or YouSendIt.
To send large files, you should always use a compression software to reduce the total size to be transmitted. There are many zipping/compression software available online.
Everything you do on a network has a cost. Sending large files isrelatively costly. Many email providers restrict file sizes. Also,many people read emails on their mobile devi…ces, so it takes a longtime to download large files. Most wireless plans have a bandwidthcap, so if you download too much in a month's time you may have topay extra.