Mail2Cloud Raises the Attachment Size Limits of Email Service
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Cloud-mailing service provider - mxHero has recently introduced an update on its flagship Mail2Cloud Fusion product suit to increase the attachment size limitations of their existing email service.
Mail2Cloud Fusion doesn’t require any software change for this new feature. It automatically removes email attachment, and stores it in the cloud storage system; accompanied by placing the link pointing to the file location on cloud. It makes cloud storage adoption automatic.
"The standard 10Mb file size limitation of email is a considerable burden in today's business environment where file sizes can easily exceed that amount. We're excited to be offering a service that upgrades email's capabilities, in-place, without disrupting the end user's existing work process," says Alex Panagides, CEO, MxHero.
Furthermore, Mail2Cloud is a server side tool that helps users organize email file management and reduce the overall costs associated with storing those files. It works in between user’s email server and cloud storage. Mail2Cloud supports a range of email and cloud vendors including online email systems from Google Apps and Office 365 coupled with Google Drive and Dropbox as well. Featured with a range of productivity tools, it provides high user rated instruments for day to day email efficiency and powerful email tracking - message, attachments and links, coupled with an option to save select emails as documents to cloud storage.
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