I have sent video messages in the past but now when I record a video and try to send it i get an error message. It says "exceeded maximum file size". It has never done this before. I tried to record a shorter file i.e. like 3-10 seconds and it still gives the same message.
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This sounds like it could be a size restriction imposed by your email service provider. You might like to try opening a free account with someone like 4Shared.com where you can upload your files to their server. You can then copy a link pointing to your file(s) on 4Shared and paste it into an email that you can easily send to your friend. Hope this helps.
In MMS the file size limit is 300KB, you'll have to convert your video, in example to 3GP video format, if your phone can't do it, you'll have to transfer video to a PC and use a 3GP converter software. For future video recordings, select the video size optimized for MMS, please check your phone user guide to see how to do this.
These errors mean that the size of the message, including all headers,
text and attachments, exceeds the domain's maximum per-message size
limit - essentially, that the email is too big to be accepted. This means that the message wasn't sent because it was too big. You
need to take out something from the email to that it's small enough to
Delivery Status means what happened with the delivery eg sent, failed.
The recipient domain didn't accept the email because it was too large.
I would advise you to send the email in 2 smaller packages.
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Your best bet is to use the USB cable to upload it to your PC. When you plug the cable to the phone, it should prompt for either Data Storage, PC suite or Music Sync.
If the file you want is on the phone memory, copy it to the memory card.
Then, on your phone, go to Menu, Settings, Connectivity, USB, select Data Storage.
Connect your phone to the PC. Then, go to "My Computer", click on the one that says "removable memory or removable device"....
Go to the folder in which the file is stored. click and drag to your desktop and its done!!