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SBS 2003 Std : Inbound Email Single-Message Size Limit

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hi all,


We have an issue whereby an email in our POP3 server is let's say, 14MB.  The POP3 connector downloads this mail and then bounces with:

"This message is larger than the current system limit or the recipient's mailbox is full.  Create a shorter message body or remove attachments and try sending it again."

Where abouts is this configured?  I want to be able to receive at least up to 25MB in a single email via the POP3 connector and/or SMTP.

"Prohibit Send and Receive" is not enabled, also in the First Storage Group.
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by:Straife
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I resolved this by going to Q322679:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;322679

Specifically, the "Global Settings" section.


Woohoo! :)
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