Matt Farrington Smith - Content editor, Windows Live Channel
26/03/2010 10:51 | By Matt Farrington Smith - Content editor, Windows Live Channel
Biggest e-mail bloopers

Attachments



The paper clip is commonly used to represent e-mail attachments (Image © AP Photo/David Boily)
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Large attachments aren't your friend. True, in this advanced age of technological innovation our e-mail clients are perhaps more than capable of coping with that whopping 5MB poorly compressed photograph. But many e-mail providers impose restrictions to save the recipiant from downloading hell.

Luckily, Hotmail provides you with ever-expanding storage and enables you to save as many e-mails as you want. Thinking of sending an attachment? Give your recipient fore-warning, ask first before sending anything over 1MB.

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