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    a question

    the paragraph below is talking about when writing an email:

    Large attachments can cause problems:
    Avoid files over 50 kilobytes
    Attachment size may be limited

    i think "attachment size may be limited" could have two meanings:
    a) you can set a limit for attachment size so that files over this limit will be rejected.
    b) there might be a limit for attachment size that if your files is over this limit there may be problems

    can anyone tell me please which one is correct in this context?

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    Re: a question

    I agree - it is not clear. However, I suspect it is #b - there is a limit set within the system and attachments over that size will cause a problem.

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