What is Email Compression?

Email compression is a technological process that reduces the size of an email and any attachments it may contain. This allows the message to be transmitted more quickly over electronic channels. It also reduces the size of the file for storage and archival purposes, allowing an email server to store many more messages than it would otherwise. Without compression services, large files sent via email would threaten to bottleneck email servers at businesses, organizations, and schools.

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