Hi Florian, Christian, all
I don't know if this is relevant to more people, but I experienced that
one of my (text only) mails has been rejected by the mail server "due to
the size limit of 32768 bytes."
I know that such long mails are rarely read, but in some cases it is
necessary to include a long mail and reply to nearly every part of it.
In my Sent-folder the mail has a size of 29980 bytes (so it should have
passed), but on it's way to the mail server it seems to be enlarged to 150%.
The mails I finally managed to send to the design list are these:
(sent: 18 kB, received: 27 kB)
(sent 11 kB, received: 18 kB)
I don't know if I'll send another mail as long as this one to the list
again - but if, I don't want to spend even more time to cut the mail
Would it be reasonable to increase the restriction to a larger file
size? Perhaps something like 48kB (resulting in 32 kB pure mail)?
PS: If someone wants to get the original mail, please tell me, I'll send
it directly to your mail address.
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