Windows only: Adobe's Acrobat.com web site gives you 5GB of online file hosting for free, and their new Office add-in lets you easily upload and share your documents directly within Outlook 2007. Once you've installed the add-on and signed up for an account, attaching files to email messages is easy—just use the Upload File buttons on the Ribbon and the file link will be added inline to your message, taking the recipient to the Acrobat.com site where they can preview the file contents before downloading. Files that you've already uploaded can be easily added to a new message with the Insert Link button, which opens up a pane on the right-hand side listing your previously uploaded files—making this a great utility anytime you want to send a large file through email. The Acrobat.com Outlook Add-on is a free download, only works in Windows with Outlook 2007. The Acrobat.com document hosting service is free up to 5GB, works with any browser. For a similar utility that works with Outlook 2003, check out the previously mentioned Office Add-on for YouSendIt.
Acrobat.com Sends Large Files Through Outlook For Free
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