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Share files of any size with the Dropbox add-in for Microsoft Outlook


Published on February 13, 2018

Want to bring the sharing power of Dropbox to your Microsoft Outlook inbox? The Dropbox add-in for Microsoft Outlook makes it easy. Now you can skip the big, cumbersome attachments and send a simple shared link instead. Here are three ways it can help you save time whenever you need to send a large file by email.

Once you’ve enabled the add-in, a Dropbox icon will appear on the ribbon in Outlook when you’re reading or composing an email. Clicking this icon will open a pane from which you can select files or folders you want to add from your Dropbox. In the body of the email, you’ll see a shared link to the items you added. And when you receive attachments in Outlook, you‘ll see a prompt to “Save to Dropbox.” The Dropbox add-in is available for customers with Office 365 or mailboxes, using a recent version of Outlook for Windows, Outlook for Mac, or Outlook on the web. To see how it can help you avoid the hassle of inbox space limitations and slow attachment uploads, download the app from Microsoft AppSource today.