Question about Computers & Internet
The mail service or ISP you are using has a limit on the size of an email you can send. This is usually quite large, for example Hotmail has a limit of 10Mb for a single email.
Now, either your email service has an unusually low limit or maybe you are attaching files that are way to large. It is unlikely that documents or images would cause this but if you are attaching videos or programs you can soon get up to this level.
Check the limit imposed by your email service and check the size of your attachments against it.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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