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Not enough memory, message cannot be sent

L
#1
Hi
I am trying to send a video clip from my camera and it is saying, message
cannot be sent not enough memory>
Is there something I can do to get it to send or did I record to long of
video?
Thanks
 

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2jaded

#2
I am getting the same message. I thought maybe I had too many e-mails at
once. I deleted most of them but I get the same message. Wish I could help.
I hope you get an answer to fix it. I'm sick of WM!!!!! Can't they resolve
these problems? WM is so screwed up they have to figure out why all these
people are having problems. WM needs an overhaul!! Or it needs to be changed
COMPLETELY. Too many errors and problems for one service. What's up WM?????
--
Kat1


"LISA" wrote:

> Hi
> I am trying to send a video clip from my camera and it is saying, message
> cannot be sent not enough memory>
> Is there something I can do to get it to send or did I record to long of
> video?
> Thanks
 

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G

Guest

#3
Attaching a video often makes the message too large to fit your email
provider's limit on how big outgoing messages can be. The limit is
often around 10 MB.

Also, you may need to log onto the email server using webmail and
delete some of any messages that have accumulated there.

"2jaded" <2jaded@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:A3B33F94-61C3-4C3F-A032-4E58F9166643@xxxxxx

>I am getting the same message. I thought maybe I had too many e-mails at
> once. I deleted most of them but I get the same message. Wish I could
> help.
> I hope you get an answer to fix it. I'm sick of WM!!!!! Can't they resolve
> these problems? WM is so screwed up they have to figure out why all these
> people are having problems. WM needs an overhaul!! Or it needs to be
> changed
> COMPLETELY. Too many errors and problems for one service. What's up
> WM?????
> --
> Kat1
>
>
> "LISA" wrote:
>

>> Hi
>> I am trying to send a video clip from my camera and it is saying, message
>> cannot be sent not enough memory>
>> Is there something I can do to get it to send or did I record to long of
>> video?
>> Thanks
 

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D
#4
Haven't you been reading any posts?
Windows Mail has not been updated in over a year, and is not likely to be.
The newer Windows Live Mail is it's heir apparent, and works much better.

--
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http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview


"2jaded" <2jaded@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:A3B33F94-61C3-4C3F-A032-4E58F9166643@xxxxxx

> I am getting the same message. I thought maybe I had too many e-mails at
> once. I deleted most of them but I get the same message. Wish I could
> help.
> I hope you get an answer to fix it. I'm sick of WM!!!!! Can't they resolve
> these problems? WM is so screwed up they have to figure out why all these
> people are having problems. WM needs an overhaul!! Or it needs to be
> changed
> COMPLETELY. Too many errors and problems for one service. What's up
> WM?????
> --
> Kat1
>
>
> "LISA" wrote:
>

>> Hi
>> I am trying to send a video clip from my camera and it is saying, message
>> cannot be sent not enough memory>
>> Is there something I can do to get it to send or did I record to long of
>> video?
>> Thanks
 

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Brink

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#5
I am getting the same message. I thought maybe I had too many e-mails at
once. I deleted most of them but I get the same message. Wish I could help.
I hope you get an answer to fix it. I'm sick of WM!!!!! Can't they resolve
these problems? WM is so screwed up they have to figure out why all these
people are having problems. WM needs an overhaul!! Or it needs to be changed
COMPLETELY. Too many errors and problems for one service. What's up WM?????
--
Kat1


"LISA" wrote:
> Hi
> I am trying to send a video clip from my camera and it is saying, message
> cannot be sent not enough memory>
> Is there something I can do to get it to send or did I record to long of
> video?
> Thanks
Hi Lisa and Kat1,

How large is the video file? If it is to large it will not go through do to size limitations set by your email provider. You will have to check with them to see what it is to see if this is the problem.

You may also have a stuck message in a folder preventing you from sending the file. Try the instructions below to see. It will not hurt anything by using them.

This will help show you how to fix the stuck undeletable email message problem in Windows Mail for all folders.

Installing the Microsoft KB941090 update will just fix the problem for now. You must stop the cause to prevent it from happening again. Read the section titled "FIRST" in this tutorial about antivirus and anti-spyware/adware programs to help prevent this from happening again, then install the KB941090 Microsoft Update in the section titled "SECOND" to fix and be able to delete the stuck message from the problem folder.

Windows Mail problems

Shawn
 

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