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Outlook 2013 -- Mail Restrictions


Outlook 2013 -- Mail Restrictions


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Outlook 2013 Mail Restrictions:

A user can send an email with upwards of 500 people on the same message.

A user can send up to 1500 messages per day.

Mail Size Restrictions:

Like its previous versions, Outlook 2013 limits you to maximum 20 Mb per email attachments (no matter if it is a single file or multiple files that count to 20 Mb). If you try to attach files greater than 20 MB, you will receive the following Outlook error message:

How to send files greater than 20 Mb with Outlook 2013:

If you need to send files greater than 20 MB, you have two solutions:

1. Upload the file(s) to a file sharing or cloud service (such as DropBox, iCloud or SkyDrive) and email the download link instead of the actual files.

2. Compress the file attachment using a compression utility like WinZip or WinRAR.




Author: Christopher Bunner

Create Date: 05/18/2015 0900

Modified Date: 05/18/2015 

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