9 Replies Latest reply: Apr 4, 2014 12:42 PM by rccharles
waynor0146 Level 1 (0 points)

I have been emailing pictures from my ipad to my computer and have been going along nicely and now when I went to send 5 pictures to my computer from my ipad I am getting a message that says " cannot send mail The message was rejected by the server"  cannot understand why this is happening and have not been able to fix.  Now when I try to send pictues even to another email address I am getting the same message.

Help.


iPad 2
  • Rudegar Level 7 (25,532 points)

    does it only fail when you add pictures?

    if not then everything picture related is irrelevant and your issue is you can't send mails from you ipad

  • varjak paw Level 10 (169,827 points)

    Another possibility is that the size of the message exceed the size allowed by your email provider for any individual message. Perhaps previously you weren't sending as many photos at once, or the photos were smaller, or your email provider may have reduced the allowed size. Try just sending a single picture and see if that will go through.

     

    Regards.

  • waynor0146 Level 1 (0 points)

    It only does this when I try and send pictures, they have all been the same size and same number and I have moved over 200 before this message came up.  It does not happen if I just send an email.

    I have tried with just one picture same message, I have tried to send one picture to another email address on another computer (my wifes) same message

  • Skydiver119 Level 7 (25,982 points)

    Did I read it right, is this the latest of a long string of e-mails? (you said moved 200, did you just get done doing this?)


    If so it may just be that the server thinks that you're a spammer or that you're trying to swamp that inbox and it's blocking you. The block may be premanent or it may be just for a few hours.

  • Ralph9430 Level 6 (17,636 points)

    Did you use your computer to receive the emails you sent and then remove them from the email server?

     

    Many email service providers have a limit on the amount MB that they will hold. When you send an email it goes to the email server.

  • waynor0146 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes it was a long string of emails as I can only send 5 at a time but once I saved them to Picasa I deleted the email and thought that would be enough and clearly it did ok for sometime but then I ran into this problem.

  • waynor0146 Level 1 (0 points)

    yes that is what I did, I sent an email with the pictures from my ipad to my computer and then moved them and saved them to Picasa and then deleted the emails.  It worked great for sometime and then this message poped up.  and I also got a message from Postmaster that I needed to delete some emails as I was almost at capacity.

    I did do that and cleared all deleted emails, sent emails, etc except for what I still need.

  • Ralph9430 Level 6 (17,636 points)

    Since the emails were going through all right previously, then something mysteriously caused a problem, I suspect th Robles lies with your email service provider. Contact them to discuss what's going on.

  • rccharles Level 5 (7,581 points)

    Email may not be the best way to move pictures.

     

    There are lots of ways of moving files.

     

    A simple and popular way to copy files and share files among your devices.

    https://www.dropbox.com/

     

    "Box lets you store all of your content online, so you can access, manage and share it from anywhere. Integrate Box with Google Apps and Salesforce and access Box on mobile devices" Rated the most secure cloud storage by SkyHigh Networks.

    https://www.box.com/

     

    Using iTunes to transfer files:

    http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4094?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US

     

    Files Connect -- "Cloud Storage services like Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, Google Docs/Picasa, Facebook photos, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV ... AFS (Apple File Shares) SMB (Windows shares)  protocols"

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/files-connect/id404324302?mt=8

     

    Windows File server

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/filebrowser-access-files-on/id364738545?mt=8

     

    "The kiteworks mobile file sharing solution provides secure creation, viewing, and sharing of enterprise content on smartphones and tablets while providing IT and security teams the administrative controls to manage user privileges and access rights necessary to ensure enterprise security and compliance."  " Includes choice of private cloud on-premise."

    http://www.accellion.com/solutions/mobile-enablement/mobile-file-sharing

     

    "Dukto is a simple application that allows you to share files between devices connected to the same (wireless) LAN network."

    http://www.tidal.it/?page_id=309&lang=en

    http://www.msec.it/blog/?page_id=11