Gmail doubles attachment file size, now you can receive up to 50 Mb

Gmail doubles attachment file size, now you can receive up to 50 Mb

We all know the pains of file attachments on what is probably the most commonly used email client (and its rivals). For a long time, Gmail would not allow you to receive direct emails that are larger than 25 Mb. Well, that is changing. Gmail yesterday announced in their g-suites update blog post that its users can now receive direct emails of up to 50 Mb. Great new huh? Well hold your horses, you still won’t be able to send anything more than 25 Mb directly via email and that sucks. It’s really like a football player trying too hard to impress grumpy fans.

You still will be able to send bigger attachments via google drive, though.

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