Time out I think?

  podlod 10:48 30 Apr 2007

Hi there, the prob I have is that when I try to send an attachment or info that is bigger than 2MB by email, after a certain time it will stop and say error time out or to bigger MB? Is there a way that I can be able to send more than 2MB, what do I have to do? Thanks for any help.

  HondaMan 10:55 30 Apr 2007

but, I think your attachment limit is fixed by your ISP and/or email client

  Diodorus Siculus 11:13 30 Apr 2007

Try something like click here

  keef66 16:48 30 Apr 2007

You could try zipping it to make it a bit smaller

  podlod 11:40 01 May 2007

Hi all, thanks for your quick response, I thought I might be able to increase the MB myself so maybe I cant? The sendthisfile is a good download and I shall use it. The prob being is that I have to send just the text of my DXDIAG to a games person, and no matter what I do i cannot get a copy or otherwise from my DXDIAG!I have tried everything, system info, copy paste, bitmap, you name it I have done it but it is just impossible! ( well for me that is ).The reason I ask for more MB`s is that backwards and forwards refering with the same email adds up to a lot of MB and now it`s 3MB I am unable to send. Please help, thanks.

  woodchip 11:50 01 May 2007

Why not just do a screen capture with Print Screen button, then open a Photo edit program and paste the creen print and crop it to what you want. After saving the File as a Jpeg you can use this to get a ling of the Screen print to send click here

  podlod 12:18 02 May 2007

Hi woodchip, I tried the print screen button but that does not seem to work?? any suggestions please?

  woodchip 14:48 02 May 2007

You will not see it work, you need to open a Photo Edit program the go to Menu click Paste. If Paste is Grayed out click New you may have to create a Desktop size to paste to

  podlod 11:34 04 May 2007

Hi, Thanks woodchip, it worked a treat, and thanks to everybody for your help also, the response as usual was first class, thanks again.

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