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Email attachments I send and receive come back to me or are not sent to me due to size. I never had this problem until I switched from Windows vista to Windows EX Professional

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What in the world is Windows EX Professional or it should hav been mentioned as Windows XP Professional..
Anyhow the email attachments has nothing to do with the OS, but rather the e-mail account you are using, If you have a personalized webmail say Microsoft outlook and using it at your workplace then the size of the e-mail attachemnts is restricted to few KB's by the administrator(Mine in Workplace is not above 200KB).

Use the free email accounts in Yahoo and gmail as they allow you to send an email attachment of <= 10 MB and <=20 MB.

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