Why some email attachements are not being received?

For your own safety, servers are set to block several types of attachements, such as .bat, .src and .exe, that may cause secutity issues. In case you need to send a file of this type, you need to create a zip file and atttached the zipped file. Another reason your attachements are not received is their size, which should not exceed10MB, whether the email is sent via a mail client or webmail. There are though some type of files such as .gif, .jpg, .html., .pdf, and .doc. which can be send without having to be zipped first.

 

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