Dropbox partners with Yahoo Mail for attachments of any size

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Published on April 03, 2013 with No Comments


Dropbox and Yahoo Mail have announced a new partnership to integrate the storage service into the mail service. It now becomes easier to send, receive, and manage attachments by removing the pesky 25MB file size limits. By integrating Dropbox, it becomes easier to keep files updated and prevents them from getting lost. Now you can easily add files from Dropbox to any email message and quickly save it as well.

yahoo-dropbox2The Dropbox Yahoo Mail for Web integration is available in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. If you don’t have a Dropbox account don’t worry as new accounts can be created within Yahoo Mail. Now you can easily send your vacation photos to friends and family without all┬áthe hassle.

Yahoo Mail has been losing its edge over the years and this partnership tries to keep the service competitive against Outlook and Gmail, both paired with a cloud storage service like Skydrive and Google Drive. This change comes just a few months after Yahoo Mail redesigned itself to become simpler and more intuitive.