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Gmail bumps attachment limit to 50MB

Written by James Delahunty @ 02 Mar 2017 10:04

Gmail bumps attachment limit to 50MB Google has bumped the size limit for attachments Gmail users can receive to 50MB from 25MB.
From today, users will be able to receive e-mails with attachments up to 50MB in size, but will still only be able to send e-mails with a 25MB limit on attachments.

The change is useful for attachments coming in from non-Google sources, but currently users experience no attachment limits (outside of storage limits) if they use Google Drive.

Full roll-out of the Gmail change will be completed within the next three days.

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