In the eventuality that you are using Outlook as your primary email client, then we do not need to tell you more about the absurd attachment size limitation of 20MB. FileBucket is an Outlook add-in that enables you to send and ask for email attachments that are larger than the size limited commonly accepted by Microsoft email client.

First off, you should know that you require having Microsoft Outlook installed on your computer, as after all this is a utility that enhances its functionality. Even though it is straightforward, the setup is not exactly quick and it may take up to a minute to verify the information and complete the installation.

As you probably guessed, you can access the add-in from Outlook's toolbar. While you can access the Settings menu in View mode, you can preview a few extra features from the New Email window. You should know that once started, the application works quietly in the background and can also be accessed in the taskbar.

It is important to note that the program does not impose any limitations regarding the types of file formats you want to transfer. Therefore, you can even include executable files, providing the users who receive the message know that you are not sending viruses or other types of malware.

Considering that the utility does not perform deep checks of the files, it is highly advisable that you make your own checks of the files you are sending. Moreover, you should keep in mind that some browsers give a warning and sometimes do not allow the download of content that includes executable files.

Regardless of whether you are trying to send the contents of an audio CD, a drawing made with an advanced graphic editor or a folder containing the photos from your last vacation, FileBucket can lend you a hand with sending large files via email.