Gmail now lets you receive attachments of up to 50MB — but there’s a catch

Google has lessened one frustration with Gmail, in allowing you to receive attachments up to 50MB, but senders are still stuck at a 25MB limit for total attachment size.

What’s unclear is where the heck these 25MB-plus messages would be coming from since most email systems, like Yahoo and Microsoft Outlook, also have 25MB or lower limits on attachments.

(A report out of BGR India suggests the upgrade really only applies to attachments sent from within Google G Suite apps.)

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