Posts Tagged ‘attachments’

Automatically Reduce Images Before Sending in Thunderbird

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

This seems like it would definitely prove itself useful … especially if you don’t have a copy of Photoshop handy.

Photos these days can are often in the Megabyte range which makes it difficulty to transfer them via email or other means. Email is special as it has a it is usually limited in the amount of Megabytes you can send per email. The limit is usually in the 15 to 25 Megabyte range, with companies like Microsoft working their way around the limit by hosting the attachments in the cloud and replacing the attachments with links to the cloud hosted files instead.


Google Mail – How to Fix Gmail Attachment Failed Errors

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Here’s an interesting assortment of tricks to get around Gmail attachment errors …

Gmail, like any other modern email service, supports file attachments that are then send with the email to the recipient of the email. File attachments need to be uploaded and match certain criteria before they are attached, or added, to the email. It is for instance not possible to send executables directly via Gmail.