Attaching images to emails is commonplace. Graphic-rich emails are being sent on a daily basis. From holiday photos, graphs or design proofs users are sending large attachments without giving it any thought. But businesses should give it some thought. These attachments could potentially take up a lot of space on email servers, slowing them down and running the risk of a crash. So what can be done to avoid this strain on your hardware? Should you implement limitations or relieve the pressure on the server with effective email archiving.