[CentOS] Re: Message size rejected
jjrboucher at gmail.com
Sun Jul 6 18:38:16 UTC 2008
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 2:16 PM, Anne Wilson <cannewilson at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Sunday 06 July 2008 17:26:05 Scott Silva wrote:
>> That is one of the biggest of my beefs about windows. It allows any
>> computer noob to shoot themselves in the foot very easily. That can be a
>> plus or a negative. The biggest negative is that there are now millions of
>> computers on the internet that have run out on their free 2 months of virus
>> scanner updates, and are now owned by someones bot network, while the
>> clueless user keeps plugging along wondering why the darn machine is so
>> I guess the positive is that it is easy for Grandma and Grandpa on the
>> other side of the country to get pics of the grandkids.
>> I just wish that PC manufacturers would just contract with one of the free
>> virus scanner companies like Grisoft, instead of putting in Norton with a
>> 60 day cripple point. Most users will just ignore the update message until
>> it stops because they don't know it is really necessary software. A free
>> virus scanner with updates will beat a heave commercial soft with no
>> updates anytime.
> I fail to see what any of this has to do with my question. As it happens she
> is not a computer newbie and she has had an AV contract since the Win3.1
> days. However, that's totally irrelevant. She simply hadn't realised just
> how big a pdf with two large graphics and embedded fonts would be.
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Have you considered a file transfer service such as yousendit.com?
File size might still be an issue I guess as they limit it to 100 MB
for their free account. There's another thought. Why not create
yourself a gmail account or other such online account that is as
forgiving as possible on file size and have her send it to that
account. Probably the easiest solution of all, "Honey, use this email
address instead: xxxx".
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