Latest Email attachment Stories

2013-02-20 23:04:55

New service connects new file services, email and sharing to bring attachments into the cloud, social and mobile era. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013 Attachments.me, the company that pioneered cross cloud integration between Gmail, Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and SkyDrive, today announced Attachments Everywhere, a new service that helps businesses and individuals securely share files from their cloud services to their contacts via email and social platforms. With the new service,...

Email Large Files Through Gmail Plus Google Drive
2012-11-28 07:06:11

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Google is making it easier to send large files via email by letting users attach Google Drive files to Gmail messages, the company said on Tuesday. The integration of Google´s Drive cloud storage service with Gmail means up to 10GB of attachments can now be sent — 400 times more than what users can send as a traditional attachment, Google said. Gmail users will now be able to attach files directly from Google Drive...

paperclip attachment
2012-09-12 05:22:57

Derek Walter for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online While cloud files are excellent for accessing documents remotely, sending email attachments is another matter. Attachments.me looks to solve the endless searches through the file menu by putting access to cloud files directly in Gmail. Attachments.me is looking to solve this. The browser extension empowers Gmail to send and save attachments from Google Drive, Box, or SkyDrive. The addition of Microsoft´s SkyDrive is a new...

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