Sending large files using Gmail is not easy. It is because Gmail limits attachments to only 25MB. If the attachment is more than 25MB, it will be rejected and the email will not be sent.One of the reasons why Google limits attachments to just 25MB may be due to problems with the speed of sending emails.
If the attachments gets bigger, the email sending time will be longer. This will certainly make the user experience worse. Therefore, Google limits attachments only 25MB. But unfortunately, we are often faced with the opposite situation. There are times when we have to send files larger than 25MB via Gmail whether it is in the form of work files, college assignments, or anything else.