..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.
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.