Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you needed to send an important email with a crucial file attached, only to be met with the frustrating message, “file too large to send”? It’s a common annoyance that many of us have experienced. Well, good news! Microsoft has recognized our collective frustration and has come up with a solution to finally put an end to this “file too large” problem. Microsoft recently announced a game-changing update on the Microsoft 365 roadmap that aims to seamlessly integrate Outlook with Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage platform, meaning no more limits for email attachments.

So, what does this mean for you? When you encounter the attachment size limit in Outlook, instead of being stuck, you’ll now have the option to upload your file to OneDrive. This way, your important document can still reach its intended recipient, without any hassle.

Isn’t that a clever solution? Initially, this new feature will be available for Android devices, but don’t worry if you’re using a different platform because the rollout is scheduled for this month. The wait is almost over.

Imagine never having to compress, resize, or give up on sending your large files. You won’t even need to resort to third-party services, which can sometimes pose security risks. Microsoft is paving the way for a smoother and more efficient email experience.

If you’d like to explore how to make the most of your Microsoft 365 subscription, get in touch! We’re here to help you unlock the full potential of these exciting updates.

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