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Is it just me or is it a joke that Xfinity has a 25meg limit on emails. Trying to send a short video or more than 3 pictures is impossible. Xfinity really needs to revamp their whole email system. I had a lot more features on a system that I left 8 years ago! If anyone can tell me is there a way to send a 305 meg video? Would really be helpful...

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Actually, Comcast email is right up there with several other large email providers as far as sending limits go-------------------------

 

https://www.outlook-apps.com/maximum-email-size/

 

You might consider uploading the file to something like Google Drive, MSN Sky Drive or some other cloud service.  Or you could upload it to a free hosting site like Photobucket, then just email your recipients a link to it.




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Image and video file sizes can be reduced before being attached to an email. Another option would be to send them in a zip file.

 

 

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First, thank you for your reply to my statement. Here is another feature that my previous email provider provided. When sending pictures, they automatically asked if I would like to reduce the size from the Mb sizes to the Kb sizes and it worked wonderfully. You could send several pictures in one email easily. Xfinity aparently does not have this feature avaliable. I'm usually limited to sending about three at a time.  Also, you cannot create an add-on business card to attach to your emails if you want. Also a neat feature offered by my previous provider. Sorry, but I would like to see these features added. Seems like they are just getting by supplying basic email service with no frills, but substancial prices still.