How to limit INCOMING message size.....

Posted on 2007-08-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
I know that through Client Options, I can limit the size of eMail messages that my users can SEND. However, I'm not having any luck in finding out where I can limit the size of INCOMING messages. PLEASE HELP!
Question by:thinsley

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    In Exchange System Manager, Global Settings, Message Delivery Properties, on the Defaults tab.

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    I apologize. I did nopt mention but meant to say that I'm using GroupWise 7

    Author Comment

    I was able to resolve this as the GWIA Configuration in Console One contains the options I need to limit incoming message size. Thanks!
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