Pdv file

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How to send pdv files through email? It's not getting attached.


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PDV file is a Privacy Drive Volume. Privacy Drive is a data encryption software that enables you to create secure storage volumes where you can store your sensitive files and protect them from unauthorized access. For more on this file type check out https://www.file-extension.org/extensions/pdv

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  • carlosdl
    More details are needed.

    What e-mail software and service are you using?
    What is the size of the file?
    Are you getting any errors?
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  • ToddN2000
    I'm not sure why you would want to share this file type. The recipient would need the same software in order to open and use it. If there is a specific file you need to send there are other methods and file extensions. 
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  • TheRealRaven
    Assuming that the .PDV "file" is a Privacy Drive Volume, you might not be able to send it through e-mail. The file system might require a special driver to read and write, and an e-mail client might not be able to use it.

    Contact the software vendor to see if known methods are available.

    Note that the size of such a file can easily be beyond what an e-mail client, or even an e-mail server, might allow. Some types of file transfer software might be needed, but that could be just as difficult in terms of a driver.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    How did you get pdv file? What kind of file is it? Have you done this job before? Is the file size is too big?
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  • ToddN2000
    Is this on a personal computer or work computer? If it's a work computer, check with your network admin. I have worked with a few companies that have limits on file attachments. They do this to prevent some user for using to much bandwidth on the mail server. The last company I worked at had a 10 meg limit. That covered about 95 of our business docs.  Anything over that was supposed to go to cloud storage and retrieved from there.  There may even be other restrictions they have in place as well. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    For sending large file you can try some third party online tools like WeTransfer or something like.
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