Re: Email attachments
- No problems Don, this is a great way to perform unsecured data transfer for personal information only or info you want to share ... I do want to make it clear, if there was any doubt, that this is for unsecure data transfer ... I would not recommend this for official sensitive case data you want need to protect, unless you encrypt it (once again) or setup a secure server on your end, and/or even setup a secure website which if you do this type of official transfer enough you may want to consider ... but you made it sound like it was just personal files and this is one way of doing that unsecure data transfer ... if you need any help on encrypting files or the like, let me know, there are plenty of good 256encryption applications and even hardware that can be used depending on the situation ... good luck ...
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "DonN" <dnpcinc@...> wrote:
> Thanks Tom, I'm going to keep that in mind. I'll give it a try with some personal stuff to see if I feel secure with it, and I learn to use it that way. Thanks again
> --- In email@example.com, "DonN" <dnpcinc@> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Can anyone tell me how to email an audio file that may be a little over 25MB.
> > I tried compressing it and even cut 40 seconds off but still will not let me send it.
> > Any help would be appreciated
> > Thanks in advance
> > Don Neubauer
> > DN Private Consulting Inc
> > Baldwin NY 11510
> > Licensed Insured and Bonded