We also have an in-house ftp server.
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On March 25, 2014 6:01:38 PM Ed HIDDEN@ent.net> wrote:
> We have seen many cases where binary attachments nearly double the size of
> an email.
> Lyle is correct, sending large files via email isn't reliable for a load of
> reasons, using an FTP / HTTP style drop box is a far better solution.
> On 03/25/2014 06:30 PM, Lyle Giese wrote:
> > These are mostly base64 encoded for transmission by the email client.
> > That increases the size by an average of 25%.
> > Second, I would recommend getting a company account at a file storage
> > service like icloud, dropbox, etc and open up a directory for others to
> > drop files into.
> > Lyle Giese
> > LCR Computer Services, Inc.
> > On 03/25/14 17:19, Glenn Meadows wrote:
> >> Thanks, I moved it up to 50, it was at 20, the message in question was
> >> supposedly 7.51meg. <hmmm>.
> >> --
> >> Glenn Meadows
> >> Mayfield Mastering
> >> 2825 Erica Place
> >> Nashville, TN 37204
> >> 615-383-3708
> >> On 3/25/2014 5:18 PM, surgemail-support wrote:
> >>> Try:
> >>> g_msg_max "50mb"
> >>> ChrisP
> >>> Where is, or what is the key for attachment size maximum on
> >>> incoming email messages?
> >>> I can't seem to locate scrolling through the settings, and think
> >>> I've got it too low. We get large PDF attachments for music work,
> >>> and have one that's bouncing, telling the sender it's too big....
> >>> <grr>. (we're small, have tons of storage space so it's not a
> >>> major issue).
> >>> Thanks
> >>> -- -- Glenn Meadows
> >>> Mayfield Mastering
> >>> 2825 Erica Place
> >>> Nashville, TN 37204
> >>> 615-383-3708
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