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Hosting provider with large E-mail attachment allowance

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I have used (and been happy with) GoDaddy hosting for a few years. I have a client now who needs to be able to send/receive E-mail attachments of 50MB (GD allows only 20MB).

Does anyone have a hosting provider that allows this in their E-mail package?

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yeah....have them set up an in house exchange system...then they can set the file size limit

i don't know of any online or externally based mail systems that allow more than 25mb attachments (even Gmail...which is up to 7gb of free storage and counting only allows 25mb as the max size)

a couple of other alternatives would be to A) compress the files (though 50% compression on anything but a text file is going to be rare) B) set them up with an FTP server for the bigger files
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