Yahoo has announced that its email client now offers integration with Dropbox's cloud storage service, enabling users to better manage email attachments.
Yahoo's latest integration comes as the firm continues to revamp its product offerings.
"Email attachments can be tricky: they've got file size limits, you can't keep them updated, and when you add people to a thread, attachments are the first to get left behind," wrote Dropbox product designer Joshua Jenkins in a blog post.
"The Yahoo Mail team decided to fix this - by integrating with Dropbox."
Starting immediately, Yahoo Mail will support integration with Dropbox. The rollout will start with integration for Yahoo Mail versions in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish languages.
The integration allows users to send and receive files larger than 25MB. Integration supports the ability to save document, picture, and video files.
For Yahoo, the move brings its email client in line with competitors such as Gmail and Outlook. Both Google's and Microsoft's web-based email clients offers support for cloud storage.
Dropbox has been making waves over the past few months as well. Late last year the firm brought two-step authentication to its cloud offering. The security update came following a massive data breach suffered by the company last August.
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