If you want to send files that are larger than 25MB, you can do so through Google Drive. If you want to send a file larger than 25MB via email, than you can do so by using Google Drive. Once you're logged into Gmail, click “compose” to create an email.
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Go to Edit, select New > DWORD Value, enter MaximumAttachmentSize, and press Enter. In the Value data text box, enter the desired attachment size limit in KB. For example, to set a size limit of 25 MB, first tick the box next to Decimal and then enter 25600 (because 25600 decimal = 25.6 MB).
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Google Drive: Use With Gmail With Gmail, you can send attachments limited to 25MB and receive files of up to 50MB. It makes sense to use the built-in Google Drive to send big files.
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