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I don't know if you had to join anything. They came apart in the
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I don't know if you had to join anything. They came apart in the
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It didn't give me any problems. I still like the traditional deep blue
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On 03/10/2011 1:01 PM, joevan wrote:
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I don't know if you had to join anything. They came apart in the
sending. I hope it caused no problem.


Your client has a default for "maximum sent size", which is obviously
set too low. Hunt around in the Options or Preferences or whatever until
you find it, and bump it up as high as you can. I'd set it to 4MB or more.

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