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i tried request_body_max_size 10kb but it is not work , what is an issue
STILL no idea, since you don't bother to provide ANY information, other than "it is not work".
You have asked before about blocking email attachments, and were SPECIFICALLY TOLD that squid doesn't do this. It still doesn't. What kind of 'attachments' are you talking about? Do you not understand the documentation you've been pointed to in the past?
Assuming we are talking about email traffic here: Squid has no way of knowing what that kind of traffic 'is.' Squid is a web proxy which excels at unencrypted web requests. There is no way, AFIK, to get squid to inspect mail traffic.
That being said, you can certainly shoehorn an smtp proxy in there with your CA cert. But, in most corporate environments this would take a team of lawyers to OK first.
i said that after surfing i came to known that if we set request_body_max_size request_body_max_size 10kb then we cannot upload any file bigger than 10kb , but i tried this but it still not work
And you STILL do not answer the question. You were asked "What kind of attachments are you talking about???" You also did not say anything about 'uploading' files, and now you have yet ANOTHER question that needs to be answered, which is "Uploading files to WHERE, and through what program??".
Repeating what you've already said tells us nothing new. Saying "still not work" tells us nothing new. Either provide details and answer the questions asked, or there isn't much point in posting.
Again, you have been asking squid questions for FOUR YEARS now, and have asked this several times. It STILL CANNOT BE DONE. Either block the gmail/yahoo domains completely, or don't. That's it. We can't explain it any simpler than that. Have you not understood ANY of the squid documentation, or this answer as you've received before???