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sorry for this but i need to send a 160mb zip file my email provider will only let me send 10mb.

is there another way?

help!!!!!!

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Well Emailing it Will be a no no as al the providers only let around 10 meg Files.

You may wish to try an Upload that to a file hosting Service then Download it at a different Location.

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you can try split it in parts of 10MB with winrar....

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sorry for this but i need to send a 160mb zip file my email provider will only let me send 10mb.

is there another way?

help!!!!!!
Use this to chop up the zipped file into 9.5MB/10MB file chucks and send them in 17/16 e-mails. The program I've linked to (Chainsaw) also creates an .exe file, so, when the person you're sending the data to gets all the chunks and the .exe file, all they have to do is put all the data into one folder and then run the .exe file and it will put all the chucks back together again into one file, without the other person having to have chainsaw installed on their computer. I've use chainsaw in the past and found it to be a good program. I haven't ever chopped up a big file like the one you want to send, or used the most recent version of chainsaw, but I'm sure it'll be just fine.

Alternatively, you could simply upload the whole file to a server and then e-mail a link to the file's location so that the person you want to send the file to can simply download it. This only works if you can find a server you can do this with, some free web hosts (for example) restrict the size of files you can upload to 5MB or so...

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Thats Excellent i knew you could Break it up into Rar Files but whstt you said above is a good Idea.

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post #6 of 6 Old 04-22-2006, 06:59 AM
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another way is toi go to yousendit.com and then select option i think larger than 50mb and send through that website.

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