Having File Attachment Issues in Hotmail Account
Are you aspiring for the file attachment issues in Hotmail account? Or unable to attach a file to your Hotmail account. Most of the time, it is the intensity of the network who affects the process of attaching a file. If you are also one of them, it doesn’t mean that network is the real culprit all the time but there are some other factors responsible for the file attachment issues in your Hotmail account.
Some of the important factors affecting the file attachment procedure:
Network: While attaching a file, ensure a stable internet connection. Avoid using applications or programs requires high-bandwidth. On top of that, make sure that you don’t download heavy or large files during the file attachment operation. It has also been noticed, Windows Updates keeps downloading and keep eating the bandwidth, as a result; you are unable to attach any file and an error occurs. To avoid such situations, keep updating the Windows operating system regularly. You better change the active hours as per your convenience. During the active hours, Windows won’t download the updates automatically without your prior information.
Browser: Yahoo is completely based on the Web-Browsers; you must ensure that you use the latest version of the internet browser. If browser lags or act funny then clear the cookies, cache and the browsing history and try again. If this doesn’t work, then uninstall and reinstall the browser.
File-Format: Some of the executable file formats like .bin, .bat,.exe etc. aren’t allowed to attach due to the safety and security purpose. As these formats can be used to spread the virus, malware, and spyware easily via an email interface. If you are trying to attach such files, then you won’t succeed in that. Only documents, music and standard video files can be attached.
Large files: If you are supposed to attach a large number of files, you better convert them into a zip folder. Make a folder and move or copy all the files. Then, with the help of a win-zip program convert them into a zip-folder and attach it.
Virus & Malware: Remember that if you file or zip folder is infected with any malware or virus, then you won’t be able to attach it. You better scan it via security program before you attach it to the Hotmail.
If the problem still persists, then contact our certified Hotmail Customer service technicians on our toll-free helpline number and get the prompt resolution.