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Wi Fi I sent an email with a file attachment from my home last evening and it never reached the recipient. I sent it when I got to work this morning and the recipeint received it. At home I use wi-fi and connect to my company network. Would wi-fi have effected whether or not the recipient would receive my email.

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  • lgaristo Nov 06, 2008

    OK, now how do I check my wifi file limits? :) and do I check it from home or work???

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No Wifi should not have effect on what you do, as long as you are connected to the network.
the only drawback is the size of the file.
check you firewall, and check you wifi limits on file size.

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    Frank Nov 06, 2008

    you need to login to the wifi, I assume that is own wireless???

    if not, you need to call the ISP and fine out what the limit is.

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