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I can't upload big attachments in Mozilla Thunderbird. I'm using filelink feature. I can upload small files, but not big one (200MB). Is it some restrictions to file size?

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Not any restriction that I would be aware... Is there any relevant message in the "Error console" located in the "Tools" menu?

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Weird, tried again and now works - 180 MB file. Maybe some network issue. Thank you – Zdenek Aug 31 '12 at 10:44
Timestamp: 31.8.2012 12:51:31 Error: 504 - Gateway Time-out Source File: resource:///modules/http.jsm Line: 47 Probably – Zdenek Aug 31 '12 at 11:00

I had a file that would not work, and assumed it was a network issue at first. Turned out it was because there was a comma in the file name, so unusual characters in the file's name would be one thing to check for.

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