If you go to all developerish or understand your method around Javascript files, below’s some news for you: Gmail is now blocking.js files. Google has added Javascript to a listing of blocked files in Gmail. And that means you cannot send or obtain Javascript data as e-mail attachments.

You can try.

When you attempt sending out or downloading and install a Javascript attachment, nevertheless, you’ll get an anti-virus warning. Here’s exactly what you’ll get for an error message:

‘ Obstructed for protection factors!’

‘ 1 accessory has an infection or obstructed file. Downloading this attachment is handicapped.’

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The full list.

In a message, Gmail reveals a listing of data types that you can not affix in your e-mail. Here’s the complete listing, according to Google.

ADE,. ADP,. BAT,. CHM,. CMD,. COM,. CPL,. EXE,. HTA,. INS,. ISP,. JAR,. JSE,. LIB,. LNK,. MDE,. MSC,. MSI,. MSP,. MST,. NSH.PIF,. SCR,. SCT,. SHB,. SYS,. VB,. VBE,. VBS,. VXD,. WSC,. WSF,. WSH

And along with all that, .JS.

Google Assistance additionally lays out a couple of other restricted accessories:

  • The compressed kind (. gz or.bz2 data) or documents in archives (. zip or.tgz data) of restricted data noted above.
  • Document data that consist of destructive macros.
  • Archived files which are secured with a password.
  • Archived files that include another password safeguarded archive.

Alternatives.

Even though you can not connect them in your email, you can constantly send out across.JS documents with Google Drive or other cloud-based documents sharing networks.