- When sending an e-mail to a single address, most e-mail servers will accept attachments up to 10mb in size. However, when sending an e-mail to a large group of e-mail addresses, it's best to keep attachments down to 1/2 a mb or less. If you need help compressing a file (to e-mail), just let us know.
- If you need to transfer large files on a regular basis we recommend using an FTP account. We can set an FTP account up for you, just give us a call for details.
- Proper e-mail etiquette calls for a "signature". Be sure to include your contact information. Most e-mail programs can save a signature and add it automatically to all of your e-mails. Let us know if you need help setting up a signature on your computer.
- Enter a subject on all e-mails. An e-mail with a subject is less likely to get marked as spam, and is easier to organize and find if needed for future reference.
Sunday, June 2, 2013