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    Thumbs up How to increase limit of the emails size that can be fetched with Hordemail.

    The Horde application file path on cpanel server is as given below.

    /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/


    To increase the limit follow the steps:


    cd /usr/local/cpanel/base/horde/imp/config/


    edit the following two files and edit the size limit at field and save it.

    conf.php

    config.xml



    $conf['fetchmail']['size_limit'] = ‘4000000′;

    Also you have to increase value for ‘memory_limit’ in php.ini


    vi /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/hordephp.ini

    memory_limit = 128M


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    By default limit for size of mails to be fetched (in bytes) under hode configuration is set as 4000000 and memory_limit in php configuration as 32MB.
    As per Fetchmail Settings it need more than the double of 'memory_limit'.

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