What is the maximum size of an attachment can I send?

The maximum size of an attachment that you are able to send is 50 MB, anything larger, and the server will reject the attachment and/or the receiving mail server will reject the size of the attachment as well.

* Please note, that dependant on the encoding that is used, the file size will alter. For example, a 10 MB file might end up being a 12 MB after encoding.

We suggest if you need to send larger files, that you upload them via FTP and provide your end user with a download link that will allow them to download larger file sizes.

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