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Windows 7: SharePoint Online upload limits raised to 2GB files, allows .exe

06 Sep 2013   #1
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SharePoint Online upload limits raised to 2GB files, allows .exe

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After tripling SkyDrive Pro cloud storage to 25GB for SharePoint Online users, Microsoft is easing file upload constraints in its collaboration and content management platform for Office 365 business customers.

Microsoft has raised the the upper limit for uploading files to SkyDrive and SharePoint Online team site document libraries from 250MB to 2GB alongside several other tweaks to SharePoint including upload support for more file types, raised limits on site collection and list lookup thresholds, and extended Recycle Bin file recovery.

The refinements to SharePoint Online follow Microsoft raising mailbox sizes for customers on Exchange Online or Office 365 from 25GB to 50GB.

Teams on SharePoint Online can now also upload .exe (executable files) and .dll (Windows dynamic-link library), which were previously blocked file types and, according to Microsoft, due to this, a source of syncing hassles.
Read more at: Microsoft raises SharePoint Online upload limits to 2GB files, allows .exe uploads | ZDNet

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