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How can someone send me a file?

The University's email policy limits incoming and outgoing file attachment sizes to a maximum of 10MB. By using Files.Warwick, another person at Warwick or externally can send you a file up to 4.5GB in size.

There are three ways that someone can send you a file using Files.Warwick.

You provide your sendto address

  1. If you don't already have a file space, follow the instructions in: How do I create a new file space?
  2. Your file space includes a page where other people can upload files to share with you. Give the other person the web address (URL) of this page. For example, if your file space name is janedoe the URL of the sendto page would be:

    https://files.warwick.ac.uk/janedoe/sendto
  3. The other person visits your sendto page and uploads a file. You'll receive an email notification when someone uploads a file.

They send files stored in their file space

  1. The person who wants to send you a file uploads the file to their file space.
  2. They select the Send button in the menu bar, choose the recipients and enter a message. (See the instructions: How do I send a file or folder to someone?)

Via Files.Warwick home page

Non-University members can send files to University members as follows:

  1. Go to files.warwick.ac.uk
  2. Select the link Upload a file for someone at Warwick.
  3. In the pop-up window, start type a few letters of the person's name. Select the person's name from the list of suggestions.
  4. Enter your name, email address and a message for the recipients.
  5. Attach your file.
  6. Select the Upload and send file button.

 

Support

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