“Attachment size exceeds the allowable limit"? Mailbutler extension for Gmail and Apple Mail automatically uploads attachments in your email to your favorite cloud storage provider and adds corresponding links to your email.
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How does Mailbutler’s Cloud Upload work on Apple Mail and Gmail?
Cloud Upload in Mailbutler allows you to attach files of any size or format to your emails on Gmail and Apple Mail by uploading attachments to your favorite cloud storage services.
Which cloud storage providers can Mailbutler upload to?
At the moment, Mailbutler can upload to Dropbox, Dropmark, Box and OneDrive. If your favorite cloud storage provider is not on the list, please let us know!
Is there a limit to the types and sizes of files that Attachment Upload may work with?
Nope - Mailbutler will upload any type and size of files to your cloud storage. You can upload as many files as you want.
How do I enable Cloud Upload?
To use Cloud Upload on Gmail and Apple Mail, simply link Mailbutler to your cloud storage provider once and select Cloud Upload when you’re composing a message.
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