Sending large files through email is always a concern due to the maximum allowable size being limited to 10MB or less. However, now with Acrobat.com Outlook add-on, you don’t have to worry about this anymore since it allows users to send large files of up to 5GB via Outlook 2007 without much restriction.
Once you get the add-on installed, you will see the additional tab, named as Acrobat.com appears in the Outlook. Under this tab, there are few buttons available such as “Upload File and Insert Link”, “Insert Link from Acrobat.com”, “Insert My Meeting Room URL”, “Sign In” and “Preferences” for selection.
Before you can upload files, you must have the Acrobat.com account and get signing in. By then, it will allow you upload files to its web server followed by a URL of the file being provided in your composed message, so that recipients can download files from the link directly. The uploaded file can be configured as “Open Access” or “Restricted Access”. “Open Access” mean this file can be downloaded by recipients without requiring them to login to Acrobat.com, whereas “Restricted Access” will need them to login to Acrobat.com in order to download the file.
Acrobat.com Outlook add-on is compatible to run with Outlook 2007. Too bad that Outlook 2003 or older version is not supported. If you think this is useful, just go and download it here.