You can use the UNC-CH email system to send attachments up to 50 megabytes in size. Sending large files through email without advance warning can greatly inconvenience people using dial-up accounts or those whose email provider uses small quotas. Consider one of the following alternatives for making the file accessible to others.
- Temporarily place the file in a web-accessible location, such as your UNC-CH personal web space, and only send a link to the file in an email message.
- Office 365 users may use your One Drive or SharePoint to share files among affiliated university and External users please visit OneDrive Getting Started or SharePoint Getting Started document for more details.
- If you need to share with external users please visit User guidelines for Storing and Sharing institutional Information in Office 365 Share Point and OneDrive.
- If the person is at UNC, set up access to portions of your personal file space so they may access or copy the file. See How do I change permissions on my AFS space? for more information on setting up access this way.
- Setup FTP access for non-UNC affiliates. For information on using anonymous FTP to grant access to your files, see Is anonymous FTP available?.