Mail limit in Microsoft Outlook

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Is mailing limit in out look is as well as yahoo mail(25 MB). If so what is the limit? Is it depends on which version of outlook is in use (like office 3 or 7 or 10) or not.

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Microsoft Outlook send/receive file size limits are configured at the Microsoft Exchange mail server level by a company’s IS/IT department and vary from company to company, and can vary by user if configured as such by an Exchange Administrator. Contact your companies IS/IT Help Desk or department if you need to send/receive larger files via email, although they will probably recommend and set you up to use sFTP (secure file transfer protocol) instead of increasing the mail file size limit.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    OL 2003 and later versions are using pst format and it does capable of storing unicode data (i.e. emails, contacts, calendar & more) and of course actually there is no theoretical size limit but if u want to know as practical, the limit is 20 GB (u can configure). Ucan check by clicking mailbox > <username> properties for mailbox and click folder size..... check here for conf and mofe info
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  • TomLiotta
    Is mailing limit in out look... Outlook is client software. I don't know what limits it might have. But it doesn't really matter because it is the servers that determine the limits. The server that sends your e-mail and the server that is used by the recipient will both have limits. Either one might have a smaller limit. Your client won't make any difference. ... is as well as yahoo mail(25 MB). IMO, 25MB is already too large for e-mails. E-mail servers are for handling mail, not for file transfers. Use a file transfer protocol if you want to send files. Tom
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