There seem to be plenty of techies on here so thought I'd ask.
I use Outlook for my email, haven't a clue whether it's any good or no good, just it seems one of the easiest to use (usually).
I openly admit to having a phobia (non-diagnosed, just my opinion) about technology and especially non paper and pen communications and the internet.
1. I've received an email, gone into my 'junk' folder, which says 'message trimmed'. I've never come across this before and being suspicious it's staying in the junk folder until it gets automatically deleted. I'm waiting until then in case the sender sends one I can read then I'll know who sent it and be able to let them know what happened.
Anyone ever had a 'trimmed message' via email or anyone know what they are?
2. I have to send and receive presentations by email, sometimes files as large as 18Mb.
There are times when I try sending presentations of 5 or 10Mb that I get a message 'unable to send due to file size too large' or words to that effect. Other times I can send files of 18Mb and they go ok.
Any suggestions as to why that may be? could it be the receiving email address can't handle the size?
Any information greatly appreciated, thanks.
Oh yes, worth mentioning, I frequently run anti virus scans plus sometimes use other machines, no virus's - apparently.