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James Newton wrote:
> The amount of data that can be attached is limited, but I don't remember
> what the limit is... It was the number of lines of attached data in its
> encoded format rather than the size of the file before attachment so it may
> be hard to tell... Mike has the details on that...
The size limit on attachments is 1000 lines after any encoding that your
emailer does. I'm not quite sure what that works out to in actual file
size, though. I keep meaning to try and work that out.
Like James said in the part of the message that I snipped, the best solution
for large files is post the file to a web server (and there's *lots* of free
servers out there) and then post the URL to the list.
-- Mike Werner KA8YSD | He that is slow to believe anything and
| everything is of great understanding,
'91 GS500E | for belief in one false principle is the
Morgantown WV | beginning of all unwisdom.
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