I am administering an Exchange 2003 on Windows 2000 server.
There is a problem with our local users. If a user is sending let's say
an 100 MB attachement, even if we activated de Global settings, Message delivery, Defaults, Sending message size to maximum 30000 KB,
MS Outlook is SENDING the message to the server and places it in Sent Items.
The server sends an NDR message, attaches the mail and so... the users mailbox exceeds the size of 200 mb (set as maximum by us)
and the server stops sending any new messages to anyone.
we have to restart the server and loose many undelivered messages.
If I set the limit in the Smtp connector, do you think that the server will accept the mail and return to the Outlook client?
Or just refuses the mail and do not transfer it?