I'm moving from a mail client with no attachment file size limits, to a service that's limited to receiving attachments under a certain size. What should I do?

With Aid4Mail, you can easily choose to store these oversized attachments locally in a folder of your choice.

This will allow your migration to continue without any hassle. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Click the "Software" button on the lower left-hand corner of Aid4Mail, then click "IMAP Options" -> "Save Failed Uploads Locally"

  2. "Software" ->  "IMAP Options" -> "Local Folder for Failed Uploads" -> specify the folder where you would like these failed uploads to be saved

  3. "Software" ->  "IMAP Options" -> "Removed Oversized Attachments"

Please note: the above instructions only apply to moving to an IMAP mail service. This includes cloud-based services such as Gmail, Outlook.com, Office 365 and others.

If you would like information about how to limit PST output sizes, please see here: Is there a way to avoid a target PST file from exceeding its size limit?

Should you require any assistance, please don't hesitate to contact the help desk.

If you would like to buy an Aid4Mail license please visit the Aid4Mail website.

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