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Sending mail atachments from Microsoft outlook express 6

I cant send any mail from my outlook express account with big attachment file size like 50 kb or more.what is the sollution?

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    I have a file trying to send on my outlook express with a lot of photos attached. How can I cancel this as it is blocking incoming mail.

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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
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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>lets go to >tools>accounts>mail>select the account>click properties>Advanced>uncheck the option Break apart messages larger than

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Try Disabling Anti virus for scan outgoing mail

And then try sending

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