Gmail to block .js files starting February 13, 2017

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Gmail to block .js files starting February 13, 2017

Gmail, in its latest security update to its G Suite (formerly Google Apps), has notified that it will block .js file attachment in the email. It currently blocks certain file attachments such as .exe, .msc and .bat for security reasons.

However, like any other restricted file attachments, it will allow to upload to its cloud storage sites such as Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage or any other storage solutions to share or send .js files.

When you try attaching a .js file to the email, it will show a warning message with a help link to pop-up message explaining why you can’t attach such files.

 

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Gmail to block .js files starting February 13, 2017
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Google to restrict .js attachments in its Gmail platform starting February 13, 2017
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