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If you are in need of emailing files, larger than the usual 10MB allowed by your ISP provider, then this is something for you.

MailBigFile offers both a free solution with a 200MB file limit and a professional one, with a 2GB file limit.

How it works

It is almost as easy as sending an email from your own email program. Go to the website, type in the recipient email, your message (optional), choose your file, and press Send.

Once your file has been uploaded to their server, mailbigfile.com will send an email to your recipient with a download link, explaining what to do.

The file will be available for download for 5 days.

Inform the recipient in advance

The email sent may be perceived as Spam by some email programs or anti-spam filters, so, I would suggest you inform the recipient to add “noreply@mailbigfile.com” to their white list. Then you know they will get it.

Free and Pro

If you don’t need to send files larger than 200MB then there’s no sign-up, no login, no anything. If you are in need of sending larger files, you have to sign up, and of course pay their fee.

About Thomas

Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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3 thoughts on “Email Large Files up to 200MB for Free!”

  1. JustinzHereNow says:

    I found a program like this and its completely free. even over 200 mb. I sent my friends the Windows 7 RC installer a long time ago with this program. At the moment, I forgot what's it called so i'll look in my history.

  2. Manish M. Shah says:

    Another favorite option is File Apartment (http://www.fileapartment.com). Easy to use, fast, no software to download or registration, up to 1 GB, free option, safe, and secure.

  3. RSVR85 says:

    While it worked well when i used it, it's security is questionable.

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