Microsoft Outlook users have a lot less space for attachments now

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Evidently increasingly customers of the free model of Microsoft Outlook are being caught out by a devious modification to how storage works inside the e mail supplier.

Since February 1, the Redmond big has been rolling out a change to the place attachments in emails are saved without spending a dime customers – they’re now being saved inside the firm’s cloud storage service OneDrive, which has a a lot smaller free allowance of 5GB capability, as in comparison with the free 15GB allowance of Outlook.