[AusNOG] Straw poll: what is your email message size limit?
joshua at railgun.com.au
Wed Mar 27 10:49:24 EST 2013
I asked SendGrid, they replied "we recommend limiting your total message to
10 MB, to ensure delivery. larger size (up to 20MB) possible but not
So seems like 10MB is indeed a common one in the mailing industry (well
aside from the actual email providers like gmail msn etc), although the
poll suggests 25MB perhaps being the new one for 2013?
On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 12:21 PM, Tom Berryman <tom at connectivityit.com.au>wrote:
> 40mb on our spam filters- and we still get complaints.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 26/03/2013, at 11:52 AM, "Paul Gear" <ausnog at libertysys.com.au> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > We have high-up non-technical people in our organisation asking for a
> higher email message size limit. (Ours is set to 10 Mb, which is the most
> common limit i've seen.) We've explained that increasing our email
> system's limit won't solve the problem if every other mail system has a
> similar limit, but the message isn't getting through.
> > If you have the information at your disposal, would you kindly reply
> off-list with your current email size limit? I'm happy to summarise the
> results for the list.
> > If there's a better place to ask this, or if someone has already
> collated this data for most Australian ISPs, please feel free to point me
> to the right place.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Paul
> > P.S. I'll be asking the same question to SAGE-AU shortly, so if you're
> on both lists, apologies for the repetition, and feel free to delete one of
> them. :-)
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