Minbox for Mac lets you send files of any type and size from your Mac via e-mail, without having to worry about attachment file size limits.
Once you install Minbox for Mac, you can easily access it via the Menu Bar. However, to start using the app you will need to log in to your Google account or any other e-mail account you use. The application includes a detailed tutorial that will guide you through the app's functionality and operation -- an excellent resource that makes navigation and use quick and easy. Using the app's minimalistic interface, we were able to quickly designate recipients, compose messages, and add attachments. Clicking the settings icon allowed us to designate several preferences for contacts and sharing. Clicking "Contacts" allowed us to import our address book, which made the whole process even more convenient. Attachments converted properly when tested, and the conversion and upload status displayed in blue and red bar graphics. Additionally, Minbox gives possibilities for conversion so you can convert video file types to MP4 480p resolution, images to JPEG 2400px, and RAW file types to JPEG 2400px. The developers have obviously put a lot of thought into this app and how it might be used and it shows in its layout and options. To make it more useful, if you wish to share your collections across Twitter and Facebook, you also have the option to automatically share galleries by checking the appropriate boxes.
Minbox for Mac will be especially useful to photographers, graphic designers, and Web designers who tend to send large files for their work, as well as to anyone who just sends a lot of files frequently.