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Exchange 2003 Incoming Mail Size Limit

Posted on 2007-11-19
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Hi All

Where can I change the default exchange2003 incoming mail size limit, some of the emails I am supposed to receive are rejected because of their size, I have checked the Message Delivery Settings and the Virtual SMTP Server settings and both have the limit of incoming mail set to NO Limit
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That article is for 2007 for 2003->2007

I followed the article however..all limits are set to <Not Set>

I am running 2003 SP2

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Exchange 2003 System Manager - Global Settings - Message Delivery (Properties) - Defaults - Receiving Message Size.

If message is bouncing - kindly mention the server responsible for bouncing ?? Try sending test email from ersonal account to Exchange server with Huge Attachment!!
 
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