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Gmail has increased the e-mail attachment limit to 50MB

Google’s email service Gmail today announced that it has increased the email attachment limit to 50MB from 25MB. From now on, all users will be able to send or receive up to 50MB files or documents through e-mail attachments.

Gmail users are now able to use Gmail instead of Cloud alternatives like Google Drive, Dropbox, or Wetransfer for high sized files. The only caveat comes with the update is the receiver should also be using Gmail, because other e-mail clients generally do not allow such large e-mail to be received or sent

This update will cover all G Suite users, ie anyone using Gmail. Google also stated that the update process is expected to be completed in 1 – 3 days for users all around the world.