Roy Schestowitz wrote:
record was 21MB email. I was *not* pleased!
At least you could 'absorb' that. I set my quota to 20MB, which is more than
enough and more than I ever wish to or expect to receive.
For that account it does not have a limit, but my poor dialup connection
couldn't handle it! Luckily I also had webmail access to the account.
Had to dump it and send the client my standard 'how to resample images
for the web tutorial' *without* offending and lose the business!
Yes, I also have a number of folks who like to send attached MS Word
docs. Not because they need to preserve the format for edibility, no--it
just never occurred to them to use CTRL-C CTR-V sequence to just paste
That said, I find html-formatted email an indispensable tool as an
artist. The ability to format images and text to assist in project
development and marketing is far superior then listing my correspondence
and trying to link the comment to the series of images attached at the
end. Far better than the old days of printing up presentations and then
enduring the postal delay process! Especially for our patrons in
Australia, Japan and Europe! Now I take great care scale and optimize
images to limit message size. Usually less than 100Kb. So I’d hate to
have abuse spoil what is a real tool for me.
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