Messages stuck in outlook box which are too big to send
Outlook links to an e-mail account, some of which have (overall file size) bandwidth limits that can struggle to cope with long e-mails, especially if they are also laden with embedded images, links and other items and/or have large files attached to them. In certain circumstances, the e-mail just refuses to be sent, in others the difficulties can be at the recipient's end, with such e-mails commonly being rejected as undeliverable.
The email provider that seems to cope best with these sorts of bandwidth problems is Gmail.
So you have two options to consider, depending on the nature of your typical e-mail correspondence.
1] If this particular problem has never occurred before and/or this e-mail is and/or is untypical of the type of e-mails you send and/or will send in future, consider opening a backup GMail account, purely for the purpose of sending this e-mail and for rare, future occasions when bandwidth transmission or reception problems with your current e-mail provider find you in a similar situation, leaving your current e-mail account as your principal Outlook Express configured e-mail address. The new GMail new account could then be retained as a back as a secondary e-mail address to be given out in unverifiable or uncertain circumstances when you are not 100% comfortable about giving out your main e-mail address for fear of unwittingly opening a gateway to spam or other unsolicited e-mails or for data security or other reasons.
2] If this particular problem has occurred before and/or this e-mail is and/or is likely to be typical of the type of e-mails you send and/or will send in future, consider opening a GMail account and transferring your Outlook integration to the new GMail Account, leaving your current e-mail account as a catchall e-mail address until such time as all your important contacts have successfully and unfailingly migrated their regular correspondence with you to the new GMail address. Then the old account can remain as a back up address, for irregular contacts and other senders who retain your old contact details, and for giving out in unverifiable and/or uncertain circumstances.
Nov 26, 2011 |
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