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-In either of these places, a setting of 0 (zero) means no limit, however that is generally not recommended,​ as email is not the best system for sending large files, and there are other systems available for sending large files to other people (eg [[http://​www.shareasale.com/​r.cfm?​b=68613&​u=376383&​m=10437&​urllink=&​afftrack=|http://​www.sendyourfiles.com]])+In either of these places, a setting of 0 (zero) means no limit, however that is generally not recommended,​ as email is not the best system for sending large files, and there are other systems available for sending large files to other people (eg [[http://​www.shareasale.com/​r.cfm?​b=68613&​u=376383&​m=10437&​urllink=&​afftrack=|http://​www.sendyourfiles.com]]). In general we recommend not allowing messages over about 50MB.
  
 Note that the sizes you specify are in bytes as the message is sent. Any attachments will be usually encoded using a system called [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Base64|Base64]],​ which makes attachments about 33% larger, so a 15MB attachment will become 20MB when encoded. Note that the sizes you specify are in bytes as the message is sent. Any attachments will be usually encoded using a system called [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Base64|Base64]],​ which makes attachments about 33% larger, so a 15MB attachment will become 20MB when encoded.
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