Just to test your theory, I emailed an 8MB files to a friend that has DSL in NY...it ended up at 12mb
as an attachment...he then mailed the file back to me...and it worked perfectly...i've often used RR
to send files as big as 50mb to friends on RR and DSL (games)...with NO problem ever...
> >Perhaps you don't care if your policy degrades your email service
> >as your users are forced to mail themselves megabyte mime/uuencoded
> >datafiles to themselves. So what if it takes twice the bandwidth
> >(once to send, once to fetch). So what if it eats mail spool disk
> >space. You will have prevented 'theft'. I'm sure thats worth the
> >ton of bad publicity with your customers who have to do handstands
> >to get their data where they want to, instead of via a method thats
> >been around as long as TCP/IP has.
> Can't even do that on RR unless they're small files. There used to be
> a 5 meg limit, now it's 3 meg.
> Nannies, you better take your * pressure pills before you read "The New Racists" in the latest
> Hittman Chronicle. http://www.veryComputer.com/
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