Gmail increases up to 50MB limit as attachment for receiver
Gmail can currently enable users to receive files attachments up to 50MB in emails, however, size limit for outgoing email continues to be restricted to 25MB.
In a blogpost on G suit update, the team aforementioned, “Starting nowadays, you’ll be able to receive emails of up to 50MB directly.” Of note, “sending size limits can stay identical at 25MB.”
The post created it clear that for larger attachments Google would favor customers to use Drive, that supports non-document files of up to five terabytes in size.
The update is anticipated to roll dead set users over consecutive few days.