Body Text

What is Body Text?

When you convince a recipient to open your email, they will proceed to read the email’s body. The email body can be defined as the main message you are trying to get across to the recipient. The body starts with the first blank line and ends at the end of the file. 

Other than the text, an email’s body also includes supporting links, images, and attachments. As a rule of thumb, the length of your message is not limited, but email servers have limits on how big an email they can accept. The range is somewhere between 10MB to 25MB, though it is usually large attachments rather than email copies.

For outreach, it is recommended to avoid long email bodies and not include attachments, especially in cold emails when the recipient is not expecting an attachment.