When you receive a very large email (over 5 MB, for example), the process to download it can take a long time, especially if your Internet connection is slow. Aside from forcing you to wait to read the message, this can cause problems with your inbox as it clogs things up and monopolizes your computer’s attention. Occasionally, your inbox can even freeze, locking up the downloading process and forcing you to start again. In order to address this, PSMail introduced archiving, an option where a large message intended for you can be saved on our system and accessed directly through a link. This prevents the long download times and protects your inbox from a large message that could take up an inordinate amount of space. Continue reading What is archived email and how can I access it?
The maximum size for an email attachment is approximately 30 MBytes of files. The following article explains how to send larger attachments without negatively effecting your recipients.