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From Norman Maurer <nor...@apache.org>
Subject Re: What file size maximum the server can handle?
Date Fri, 02 Jul 2010 06:12:10 GMT
Hi Ekaterina,

could you tell us your version of james ? And what -Xmx you use ?


2010/7/1 Ekaterina Davydenko <edav@lanl.gov>:
> Hi Norman,
> I am testing our own application, but the larger file attachments in the
> messages seem to crash server, which causes for the request not being
> processed, mail not send/saved, and non-responding  server that requires a
> restart.(I am literally trying to crash test for anything possible - my
> attachment that crashes the server is 43MB)
> So I am not sure, but seems like at least reasonable configuration setting
> for James might be needed to limit the size of allowed messages, so the
> server doesn't crash like that? Is there anything to support this in James
> right now or is it something that client applications are needing to
> consider in implementing?
> Thanks,
> Ekaterina Davydenko.
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