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    Member siyan's Avatar
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    size meaning your 75MB of web space, why not increase the attachment max size...?

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    meh.

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    It's already 100 KB, IMHO that's high enough.
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    Member siyan's Avatar
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    meh
    meh.

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    Attachments are store as BLOBs in the database, which are slow and plain yucky.


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