Yahoo Mail integrates Dropbox: no limitations for sending large attachments

Yahoo Mail now integrates Dropbox, the cloud service, for the storage and sharing of file.Users of the popular email service can now synchronize their two accounts and thus send file attachments which are not limited in size (until now limited to 25 MB).

This new feature is open to holders of Yahoo Mail accounts in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. When selecting an attachment during the message creation, an option to "share files from Dropbox" appears: the user can access their Dropbox folders by entering the related password, and then select or files to attach to the email.

It is also possible to save attachments from your received mail to Dropbox.

Learn more: The announcement of Dropbox.
Published by deri58. Latest update on April 3, 2013 at 01:16 PM by Crashounette.
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