Attachmore 7.0

Attachmore solves the problem of sending large attachments via email

Electronic mail services allow sharing different types of files as attachments. Nevertheless, a problem arises when the attachment is too big, that is, when it exceeds 10 Mb.
Attachmore solves the problem of sending large attachments via email. However, it is not actually an email service. This means that instead of sending real attachments, it just provides a link to a download location. The advantage is that you do not have to invest time and efforts finding a file-sharing service. The disadvantage is that you need a full Internet connection.
Attachmore is also a client application for the homonymous service. The interface is extremely easy to use and the service is even available from Windows Explorer through right clicking on a file. The process is quite simple: it is based on uploading and sharing. Additionally, you can send the download link to your recipient. To make things ever easier, the client integrates with various email clients and even supports automatic link sending via webmail services.
Finally, this service guarantees fast uploading and downloading and even provides a 100 Mb account for free. The client is available at no cost, but if you need more storage space, you will need to pay for it.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • It allows sharing files easily
  • It is very easy to use
  • It integrates with email clients and webmail services


  • It does not really send attachments
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