Excerpts from mail: 17-Jun-92 Problems with Messages over.. Ann Westine
What can be done about requiring hosts on the Internet to accept large
messages, in particular over 50,000 bytes?
-- Ann & Jon
These limits are limits that individual system, network, or site
administrators make. They establish these limits for various reasons.
The restrictions may be rooted in the cost of a link, small bandwith,
mailer problems, etc...
I suspect that your options are limited to asking the postmasters of the
bouncing sites to increase or remove the limit or moving the recipients
affected by this onto a separate list where the report is split into
separate messages and mailed.
I am not aware of any policy standards in this area. RFC821 at least
does not address it.
Jeffrey James Bryan Carpenter
System and Networks,Computing and Information Srvcs.,University of Pittsburgh
600 Epsilon Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238-2887
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