Attachments limited to 500 kB with mass send
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|Assignee:||Jacob Rasmussen||% Done:||
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Sending a mass email with attachments larger than 500 kB fails. I've seen this reported on several forums but I can't find a bug report either here or on the mantis tracker.
This post seemed to offer a solution:
I checked all the settings on my server and they were all correct, but it still doesn't send.
The mails are sent fine with the large attachments if you manually invoke the mailer engine or send test mails.
Using TYPO3 4.3.3 and Direct Mail 2.6.7.
May be related to http://bugs.typo3.org/view.php?id=7830 but my "max_allowed_packet" is set to 16M and it still doesn't work.
Updated by Olivier Dobberkau about 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to Needs Feedback
I am not sure if your sender will like this. can you have a look if we have this 500 kb hardcoded somewhere in htmlmail classes?
Updated by Ivan Dharma Kartolo about 2 years ago
- Status changed from Needs Feedback to Under Review
- Assignee set to Jacob Rasmussen
can you help me to look at this. Currently is the attachment file saved in DB during the sending. Maybe we should change it, so that no file will be saved in DB?
What do you mean?
Updated by Jacob Rasmussen about 2 years ago
We'll have to put this on hold until implementation of SwiftMailer
If we only keep file references in the database, it will be possible to delete the attached files before the mail is sent.
Although afaik SwiftMailer needs to parse the mail content for itself in order to work correctly, so we'll probably end up with only keeping plain and htmlcontent in the database records - and everything else needs to be parsed by swiftmailer when sending.