Are there any limits on the size of emails I can receive?

The short answer is no, there are no size limit restrictions implemented on the GoHosting network. There is however mailbox and disk limits in place (depending on your hosting package). So for instance if you have 10Mb free of disk space and someone sends you an 11Mb email, there is not enough space for the server to save your email, so it will be returned to sender with a Mailbox Full error. This rarely happens, and you will receive warning emails if you are running out of disk space.

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