Maximum File size of Attachments

Hi All,
I would like to know if there is a size limit (maximum) when it comes to attachments that can be attached within OCOD?
Thanks
Satish

Per Release 18 Patch Release Notes 018.020.005FP (1220.0.05), it is 20 MB.
File Size Limit Increase
The file size limit for Oracle CRM ON Demand has been increased from 9 MB to 20 MB. The 9 MB limit
referenced in the following Release 18 Online Help topics should be 20 MB.
• Attaching Files and URLs to Records
• Attaching Files to Records through Attachment Fields
• Importing Your contacts
• Import and Export Tools

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