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One of the biggest problems with sending files over the Internet is bandwidth. Sending a large file takes a lot of bandwidth, and if you or your recipient are connecting via a normal dial-up connection, you’ll spend a lot of time waiting for that 1MB file to move from here to there.

Even if you have a broadband connection (which significantly improves upload and download speeds), it’s possible that your ISP won’t let you send or receive some very large files. Some ISPs put a size limit on e-mail attachments, and will reject messages with attachments that exceed those limits. If, for example, your ISP limits outgoing e-mail to a maximum of 3MB per message, you won’t be able to send a 5MB file.


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