By default Thunderbird program allows you to send attachments with a maximum size of 5MB. However, you can easily customize the maximum file size and consequently send larger attachments. Read on to find out how to do it.
Method 1: Increase the Maximum File Size Allowed
1. Open Thunderbird and click on Tools > Options.
2. Go to the Attachments tab > Outgoing and check the Offer to share files larger than X MB tab and fill it with the value of your choice in MB.
Method 2: Use an Online Cloud Storage Service
An alternative way to send large attachments is to link your Thunderbird mail client with a cloud storage service.
1. Open Thunderbird and go to Tools > Options.
2. Go to the Attachments tab and select Outgoing.
3. Click on the Add tab to create a filelink storage service.
4. Select a cloud storage service and click on the Setup Account button.
5. A setup wizard shall open, simply follow its final instructions.
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