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Re: File too Big?

Your file size should not be an issue, unless you have other (really big) files there already.

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File too Big?

I am trying to create a webpage to promote my family history. The actual page I am trying to promote is created using a program called Legacy. The amount of data is 28,672 files. The client I am using is, where my webpage is waiting for the data. I am using WinSCP to upload the files to my webpage The problem I have is that despite uploading only 9998 are showing in the root directory. And when I goto my webpage, none of the features are working accept sending an email.

Is the problem with WinSCP? or is there a problem with my client? Do I nead to purchase more space.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.