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Review: 2Large2E Mail

01 Dec 2008

2Large2Email is one of those services that very handily describes itself in the product name; it’s an Internet-based storage service that lets you deposit large files for other people to collect, for instances where your small business wouldn’t trust a courier, or email file limits keep your data bouncing back.

Pros: The Web-based service is elegantly laid out, so the learning curve is non-existent. You can either set up a Web “dropbox” that others can access, or send out emails for specific files with an embedded link.

Cons: Upload speeds in our tests were a touch average, which could be a concern for really large files that need delivering quickly. As with most commercial services, they’re overkill for home users.

Verdict: A reliable enough service for small business use.

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