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Bypassing .exe file-attachment restriction in GMail

posted by Akhil at 11:33 pm in Trade-tricks

With the GMail Anti-Virus Scanner looking over your shoulder, you cannot send or receive emails with .exe, .dll, .ocx, .com or .bat files as attachments even if they are sent in a zipped format  like .zip, .tar, .tgz, .taz, .z, .gz, with the exception of the .rar format.

Okay, though the restriction has been added as a security feature it can become an annoyance on its own, sometimes.

Omnihide provides a quick-fix solution to this and simplifies the task of bypassing this restriction: just hide the file (which is ordinarily restricted as an attachment on GMail) INSIDE image/audio/video file using OmniHide and…viola! it’s ready to be send over your GMail.

Get it now for just $7.00!

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