If you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to send large attachments, the usual way is to use apps like YouSendIt. By default, Yahoo mail allows you to send attachments upto 25 MB.
However, now, using the Drop.io application from the Yahoo Mail, you can send attachments upto 100 MB. This article describes step by step instructions of sending attachments upto 100 MB. This is a cool feature which basically allows you to share those home videos, large presentations and all your photos at once.
1.) First you need to add the application “Attach Large Files”. You can add the app by clicking on the + sign in your application list.
2.) Navigate to the application gallery, click on the Add button against “Attach Large Files”.
3.) Once you have added the app, to get started just click on the ‘Attach Large Files’ app.
4.) You will need to click on the Get Started Now button. Now you can start using the app to attach and send up to 100 MB attachments. It doesn’t have to be just one file, you can upload multiple attachments in a single go. Just keep selecting all the files that you want to attach and when you’re ready, click the ‘Upload and Compose Email’. The app will tell you how much more space you have available. It’s that simple.
Once the files have been uploaded, the Attach Large Files app will open up a new message with the files already attached. The files will be available for downloading for 30 days after you send them, and your upload history is saved so you can resend again if you like. With Attach Large Files, you don’t have to worry whether or not your recipient’s Inbox can handle these attachments because the attachment is stored over in drop.io’s servers.
Via Yahoo Mail Blog
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