Despite of all spam, anti-spam, viruses, blah-blah-blah, e-mail still remains the most common way of transferring something in the digital environment. If you know somebody, and that somebody is connected to the Internet youll always have that persons e-mail address, even if no other contact information is available. This universal communication channel, however, is not free from problems, and not the least one of those is limitations on the message size. If you need to send a several-megabytes-large file, youll typically have to deal with those size limitations at several points: on your providers server sent the message, your recipients mailbox size limitations, and any third-party servers transfer limitations (not mentioning about how hard it is to download a very large e-mail message with a bad connection).
I have a good news for you: the e-mail size limitations problem is completely solvable just use the cool Bigmail utility from Miridix Software! With this nifty thing, all youll need to do is create your mail message in Bigmails main window (it looks just like a normal e-mail client), then Bigmail will cuts the message along with all attachments into several smaller e-mail messages and transfer them to your default e-mail program (which then can send them as usual). Bigmail is smart enough to split solid large attachment files and pack attachments to self-extracting archives.
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