When an email message contains more characters than the message field can display, it is often truncated. This means that the end of the email is cut off, as the mail server is unable to send all of the parts. The body of an email message may be truncated depending on the server configuration and the amount of space available on the device. If the administrator allows it, users can download the rest of the email message.
The cause of truncation may be related to the HTML not being encoded correctly, or due to an embedded table. To check if this is the case, users can examine the HTML to make sure that all closing tags are present. The size of an email code (excluding images) is usually limited to 102 KB, and this limit cannot be turned off. When an email is truncated, it can be frustrating for users who have spent time crafting a message.
Fortunately, if the truncated part of the email only provides a minor clue that information is missing, it may not be too difficult to reconstruct what was originally sent.