What are the limits for my email account?
To protect our servers, we have placed limits on some email features, including the number of emails you can send, the size of your mailbox, and the file size of attachments.
For emails you are sending, the limits are:
We have a Zero Tolerance policy on users sending unsolicited email. If our systems are deliberately used to send unsolicited email, we will suspend the user’s account.
The limits on attachment sizes are:
When you attach a file to an email, it increases in size, and even though the file may be smaller than the limit when you check its properties as a separate file, it may be over the limit when attached to an email. We also have no control over the limits set by other companies, who may have set their limits much lower – some even down to 2MB.
If you attempt to send an email attachment over your limit or your recipient’s limit, the email will be bounced back to you.
If someone sends you an email with attachments larger than 30MB, that email will be bounced back. The sender will receive a message informing them that the message size exceeds the size limit for your server. You must then contact the sender to work out a better way of sending attachments.
One way of sending large files to your recipient is if you both use Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Outlook Express. Certain versions of this software includes a ‘Break apart messages’ feature, where you can break an attachment up into sequential emails and they are recombined on the recipient’s computer.
The size of your mailbox will depend on which email package you have:
If you use our WebMail or IMAP, this capacity includes all attachments and any emails you have in the ‘Trash’ but have not deleted.
If you are close to your mailbox limit, emails sent to you that would cause you to exceed your limit will not be delivered to your mailbox. If you receive smaller emails, but not the larger ones, this could be what is causing that problem.
Please note: As part of our regular server housekeeping, any Standard Mailboxes that have not been checked for 100 days may be automatically deleted.
If your Standard Mailbox is too small, you can increase the capacity by upgrading to a Premium Mailbox. Your mailbox will be upgraded with no loss of data.
To upgrade your mailbox to the next capacity tier, please login to your Pushlogic service centre account and purchase an email mailbox expansion addon at https://www.pushlogic.co.uk/service-centre/cart.php Please remember to specify which email address you'd like to apply the upgrade to whilst ordering.
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