Hi. I do not see any discussions on this topic. I have noticed for awhile now that the iPhone really stinks at emailing videos...the video clips must be under 60 seconds and typically the largest file I've been able to send is 7MB. Since Yahoo and Google (both loved by Apple especially in the Email design of iOS) both have 25MB email limits, why are we being denied to send files larger than 7MB/60 seconds?! These 25MB limits have been in place for quite some time now. I understand that some non-web-mail providers only have 10MB or 15MB limits, but 7MB limitation is the dark ages! Surely Apple could whip up some code to allow sending larger files to email accounts. Here is a comparison of webmail providers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_webmail_providers Am I overlooking some setting somewhere? Or should I jailbreak my phone/touch? I cannot copy the file to my computer and then email it as the file size is 10x larger than what Apple compresses it to. Sure, I could buy my own software and compress it, but that's a big workaround for a $400 iPhone and $300 Touch. It's extremely frustrating to take a 1-2 minute video clip of your child playing and then cannot send it via email. I guess another set of questions would be: why is Apple even recording these vids in HD if I 1)cannot email them unless under 60 seconds 2)cannot email them except after compressed to 1/7th their size, 3)Apple makes no means via iTunes to get the full HD clips off my device!!! Even posting to Youtube is watered-down compressed clips. Soooooo frustrating. I'm using an iPhone 4S and iOS 5.x by the way.