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Gmail provides one of the best email services online. It’s free, fast, reliable, and works well most of the time. However, you will encounter a big problem when you try to send large files with Gmail. Gmail can’t send large files. In fact, Gmail limits email attachment file sizes to only 25 megabytes (megs). Try to send any files larger than that and your email will be rejected outright. If you wish to send files larger than 25 megs, then you are going to need assistance from another service. Continue reading
Comparing Managed File Transfer services can be tricky. Many sites don’t have the same feature pairings or price points. Some sites list every minor attribute and some hardly list any.
Here is how SendThisFile bests the competition: Continue reading
Have you ever visited a website with the intent to try the service only to leave at the sign-up screen? You are not alone. Account sign-up screens create problems for many potential users.
We’ve implemented our latest server upgrades. Now users can look forward to snappier performance with great non-english alphabet and special character handling in filenames. We’ve even boosted file transfer security. Continue reading
Discover which security aspects are the most important for all MFT customers. Any MFT company not offering these capabilities it is not protecting it’s customers. Continue reading
The SendThisFile team is excited to share our new Introduction video. Watch the embedded YouTube video here.
Our Help Center has been overhauled with much improved features. We’ve added topic categories, article search, and quick links to customer support and feedback. Continue reading
SendThisFile allows you to send large files securely to anyone anywhere, but this simplicity belies the multitude of ways in which it can be used. Here are just five different ways that you can use SendThisFile for file sharing. Continue reading
While Microsoft Outlook dominates the business email market, it limits the maximum file attachment size that you can send. By using a Managed File Transfer service provider with an Outlook plug-in, such as SendThisFile, you can get around Outlooks attachment file size limits. Continue reading