Everybody is regularly send their file attachments to others with emails, but the real issue faced by almost everybody is to send sized attachments with emails as the majority of available emails clients on internet which include Apple own Mail app, allow to send a few MB file as an attachment maybe around 10 to 20 MB, however in today’s world we normally need to send some HD images, videos or even a ZIP documents containing lots of PDFs or other documents. And we also have to cross the email attachment limit and that’s why we are giving this brief guide which shows how to send large-attachment mail on iOS devices, just try it.
As we all know that upcoming OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 provides a new feature called MailDrop, which breakup this file attachment limit as MailDrop will allow the Mac and iOS users to send an attachment (up-to 5GB) with email, which is definitely a big relief for everyone.
How To Send Large-Attachment Mail On iOS Devices
To send large-attachments on Mac or iOS is same as sending the normal attachments, like compose an email and attach the corresponding file. As MailDrop does not change the email sending procedure. And the user at other end with receive the same attachment on their device/Mac running on iOS/OS X Yosemite.
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But if the user at other end using a browser on Windows machine will get a link to download that attachment (just like Dropbox type hotlinking).
Here we are going to show you how to send your large attachment using DropBox or any other cloud storage service you love.
Upload and share the file on Dropbox
To do this install the Dropbox app on your iPhone or iPad and then just upload and share the file you wish to send:
- Launch the Dropbox app
- Open or Load the file inside the Dropbox app
- Hit the share icon and then copy the Link
How To Send Large-Attachment Mail On iPhone & iPad:
- Now launch the Mail app from home screen
- Compose a new email
- Inside the mail body, just paste the above link which you have just copied within Dropbox app
- And finally hid the send button.
Of course this approach is not a direct method, but this definitely a relief for someone who want to send an email with large attachment file which is somehow not possible with normal procedure.