Send large files in Gmail with ShareFile for Gmail

Citrix ShareFile provides businesses with features and solutions that make it simple and secure for teams and clients to access, share, and collaborate on documents from any device and any environment. ShareFile not only provides a secure environment to store and collaborate on documents, but it also makes it simple to use by integrating with many of the tools businesses are already utilizing.

ShareFile customers love the Microsoft Outlook Plug-in because it provides a simple and intuitive way to share and collaborate on data and documents, as well as send emails securely without ever leaving Outlook. Now Citrix is excited to introduce ShareFile for Gmail, which has the same core functionality of our popular Outlook Plug-in and makes it easy to send large files in Gmail!

The new ShareFile for Gmail tool is a Chrome browser extension that provides ShareFile functionality accessible in Gmail, including:



send large files in gmail with the gmail plugin


Send large files in Gmail easily


ShareFile for Gmail allows users to bypass file size restrictions and add security to attachments by sending them through ShareFile. Users can provide a secure file upload request for co-workers, customers and partners directly in Gmail. ShareFile for Gmail allows for user notifications whenever someone accesses or sends a file and different security and access levels can be configured on a file-by-file basis for great control.

ShareFile for Gmail is a free Chrome browser extension available today in the Chrome Web Store. ShareFile strives to meet businesses where they are, regardless of the tools and processes they already have in place. Let ShareFile help you work the way you want today!

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About the Author

As a Senior Product Marketing Manager, alysiae is passionate about how technology can improve peoples’ lives and loves working closely with customers to understand their needs. A resident of Raleigh, North Carolina, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from The Ohio State University and her MBA with concentrations in Marketing and Product Innovation Management from North Carolina State University. When she’s not playing around with new technology, she loves spending time with her family and doing yoga, running, and cooking.