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Re: sending mail atachments from Microsoft outlook...
Hi amit2000 Are you sending from a PC? A file size of 50 kb is not large, Outlook will handle it with no problem. Did you mean 50 mb? This is large. Most of the email programs have a limit on the size of the attachment. Large files can be emailed after compressing or as a PDF file. Hope this will help luciana44
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you should never even attempt to send such huge files, first of all that will take hours to send, and will most likely be rejected by the service, and as far as I know there is no email service that would allow to send such huge files, gmail, with the bigest storage I know, 7GB, has a 20MB limit on file sending.
You can't email that large file, burn it to a cd and mail it over.
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Please explain your question further ... "I am able to get the attment from a particular ... " a particular what?
If you are unable to receive a particular attachment from an individual, it depends on the attachment. Microsoft Outlook Express strips attachments of Microsoft Files. That is if someone sends you a MS Excel spread sheet or Word document, Outlook Express will strip the attachment for security. There's no way around this. The fix is have the person send you their file in .ZIP format. Then you can unzip it locally.
Better use some online storage services like http://rapidshare.com/ to upload big files and then send only link to the file over email or open email account at Gmail (http://mail.google.com); they will allow you sending and receiving big attachments
The problem is with the other persons email service provider. Some providers limit the size of attachment you can send or recieve. You can sometimes get round this by breaking the attachment up and sending it in smaller size files. or use a webmail system that doesn't have a limit on attachment size e.g. hotmail.