We limit the total size of messages, and don't admit (or send out)
anything larger than 20 MB. Since our limit is on total size, we don't
distinguish between size of body and size of attachment. There are rare
exceptions by prior arrangement - or after the fact arrangement when a
faculty member discovers that he cannot send his book-length MS, with
photographs, in a single e-mail message.
David W. Sisk Associate Director, Information Technology Services
Macalester College / 1600 Grand Avenue / St. Paul, MN 55105-1899
http://www.macalester.edu/~sisk/ Voice (651) 696-6745, FAX 696-6778
Jeanne Eicks wrote:
> I've done a bit of research, but I haven't found a statistic on the average email attachment size limit.
> At Vermont Law School, we reject emails from the outside with attachments larger than 10MB.
> I would like to know the following:
> Does your institution have a size limits on attachments?
> If you have a limit what is the limit?
> If you respond off-list, I will tally the results and post them back to the list. If there is a survey that addresses this issue, would someone please point me in the right direction?
> Best & Thank you,
> Jeanne Eicks
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