If you are using an iPhone or an iPad, then you must have used iCloud email service via the Mail app for iOS. Did you know that this email app allows you to send a PDF as an email attachment? If not, then this is what we will be discussing today. We have taken Roadrunner email as an example, but the process remains the same for any email.
- Open the ‘Mail’ app on your Apple iPhone.
- In the new screen displayed, type in the ‘To’ email address of the recipient, in the Subject field the subject of the message and in the area below the body of the email.
- Provide then to attach the PDF by tapping on an empty space of the body entry area, selecting the Add attachment item from the menu that opens (tap on the arrows if the item is not immediately visible) and selecting position and document reference from the next screen.
- As for the size limitations, you need to check the online because that’s the only way you can find out as to how big of a file you can send at once.
Finally, send the message by clicking on the Send item at the top right. It was easy, wasn’t it? If you come across any issue while following this process, consult Road Runner Web Mail experts. In case, you want to send a large-sized PDF document by email, then here is what you are going to do.
How to send a heavy PDF document by email?
Are you trying to send a PDF as an email attachment but getting a message that the email cannot be sent because the file is too heavy? If this is the case, compress it to solve the problem!
Using appropriate online services or computer programs, in fact, you can reduce the size of your PDFs without altering the content. There are numerous tools available online that you can use for this purpose. However, make sure that the online source you are considering for compressing PDF files is reliable and doesn’t reduce the file to an extent where it comes unreadable.
Alternatively, you can evaluate the use of some online services specifically designed to send large files via email.
You can also consider the possibility of uploading your PDF files to one of the many cloud storage services available on the square, which we have asked you to do in the above section, and then share the link to the file via email, instead of uploading the document as an attachment. In doing so, you will get around the limitations imposed by the various email services for what concerns the maximum size allowed for the attachments.