For a (noncommercial) hobby project I want to send an application (zipped) of 2 MB (but might grow to max 5 MB) to everyone on the subscription list which now is 900 people and might grow to 2,000. Of course the emails are accepted by the users to be send such files to.
I want to send the application (updates) about 10-15 times a year, mostly with a month in between but sometimes I need to send a few in a month (so a few times 900 people times 2-5 MB).
Is there a way to easily send such files to this many people without being blocked by an ISP or by use of special software/websites?
(Edit: Currently I use my own ISP ... I can send mails per 50 recipients so I split the list in about 18 mails now for 900 users). Before I used Hotmail but I can send only to about 200 recipients a day needing 5 days to reach everybody.)
The reason I rather email it myself is that I rather want users to have the latest version and I know from experience not every users updates its application.
Also there are advantages of having email addresses of people using my application, e.g. for questions, testing purposes, requests and (textual) updates.