Post by Anonymous Post by Anonymous Post by Jack Ryan
What is the size limit for a file attachment to a QSL message? I
mean, what is the largest file that can be contained in a single
QSL message? I know it will be in the KB range, I'd just like to
find out what that exact size is. TIA.
There is no real limit within QSL. The message, with attachment, will be
split into however many 28KB mixmaster packets are needed. The real
limit will be how large a message your selected exit remailer will
allow, and most of them, will not remail any encoded binary content.
Thanks for the info. Is there any way to send a small .pdf file via
There are a few remailers that appear to not have a message size limitation (klen in their caps strings of QSL's rlist.txt), but the
only way to know if they will remail binary encoded content is to try it and see if the message content is truncated. What you are
looking for is an exit remailer that doesn't strip encoded binary content and that will pass a message large enough to contain your
Post by Anonymous
If only everyone had USENET access I could just post the tiny .pdf
and send an E-mail to the person telling them what to look for. Oh,
I long for the days when every isp included USENET access as a
That was then, this is now ;-)
There are file uploading sites like http://www.upload.ee/ you may be able to use for your intended purpose. If you need anonymity with
them and they will accept incoming connections from the Tor network, and you have a functioning nym email address, you can receive the
download links via your nym, and then share them via remailer.