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  • How to send a zip file in Gmail on your PC or Mac computer

    Jarretera/Shutterstock You can send a zip file in Gmail if you want to send a large file or folder to someone without using Google Drive. Gmail has a hard 25 MB limit for sending attachments over email, and if you try to send more data than that, Google will automatically upload it to your Drive and share the files as Drive files instead. You have to compress your files or folder beforehand on your computer and then attach them to your email. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...

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  • Is a Virtual Assistant the Secret to Keeping Your Small Business Afloat?

    It may be just what you need during this difficult times.

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  • Firefox 'keeps private files sent over Twitter for a week'

    Do you access Twitter from Firefox on a shared or public computer? Your files may still be in Firefox's cache

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  • How to email a folder in Gmail by attaching it as a ZIP file or using Google Drive

    Jarretera/Shutterstock You can email a folder in Gmail by first zipping it on your computer and then attaching the ZIP file containing the folder to your email. Even if you're attaching a ZIP file, all attachments in Gmail have to be less than 25 MB. Alternatively, you could opt to include a link to a Google Drive folder in your email to simplify the process or get around the file size limitations. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If you've ever tried to attach a folder to...

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