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Topic # 4403 13-Jul-2005 17:46
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When I tried to send to an email a video I had taken with my imate PPC phone edition, it did not go through. I also found out in thhe "options" that the maximum size limitation for sending is 100 K, which is ridiculously too low, since all video are much alrger than this limitation.

How can I increase this limitation

Thanks

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  Reply # 16536 13-Jul-2005 17:59
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This is probably limitation a limitation imposed by your mobile operator... Nothing much you can do here.




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Reply # 16538 13-Jul-2005 18:28
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aawdi: the maximum size limitation for sending is 100 K, which is ridiculously too low, since all video are much alrger than this limitation.

Only videos bigger than 100k are larger than 100k, the rest are smaller or the same size.

I sympathise with you, but how much does it cost to send your 100k message? Here in NZ we have a 250kb limit on MMS on our CDMA network, and it works out to be cheaper than sending the same video via email on the most basic mobile data rate.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 16546 14-Jul-2005 01:15
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Cost has never been a factor.

I meant that I am unable to send the video, because it is bigger that 100 K, regardless of the cost


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