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forwarding attachment over 1 mb size limit of server

by gklein / March 11, 2007 1:29 PM PDT

Windows XP, SP2; Pent 4 - 2gigahertz; 1gigRAMM

Roadrunner advises maximum size for sending attachment is 1 mb.

However, a friend with Roadrunner sent the 1.5mb Powerpoint attachment to me, and I opened it O.K.

The people I forward it to have Powerpoint installed.

But when I forward it, the receivers get it in 2 or 3 seperate e-mails that can not be opened.

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Tried Sending A 'New' Message With Attachment?
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / March 11, 2007 2:32 PM PDT

..instead of "forwarding" it?

Remember also, sometimes a larger file can be "received" when it can't be "sent". Strange, but I've seen some ISP's that let a larger file in than can be sent out.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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Hi Grif - - -
by gklein / March 11, 2007 2:51 PM PDT

I know AOL does not allow forwarding their e-mail unless it is to an AOL user.
But, I'm stuck as to why my friend with Roadrunner was able to forward it to me. Perhaps an e-mail setting I'm not aware of ?

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gklein
by tomron / March 11, 2007 3:16 PM PDT

I'm not familiar with road runner.Do you have road runner internet and/or road runner e-mail?

I found this,though it may not apply too you.

tools/ accounts/select the account/ properties/ advanced
There should be a slider to extend server time outs and to break apart large emails.

Tom

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SUCCESS - - - thanks Tom =
by gklein / March 11, 2007 11:02 PM PDT
In reply to: gklein

"tools/ accounts/select the account/ properties/ advanced" -
it was not the slider bar - BUT - there was a check mark to:

"break apart messages bigger than"

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(NT) Your welcome,thanx for posting back
by tomron / March 11, 2007 11:11 PM PDT
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