Default send limits in Exchange 2003

I am running exchange 2003, mailbox's are limited to 100 megs.  Am I correct in assuming the only send limits are the size of the available storage space of the mailbox. or is there a setting for default send size.  
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cciavolaAuthor Commented:
limit message size to and limit session size to are unchecked, so no limit?
correct.  logically you do not want the email server to send very large attachement just because it will bog down your mail server, but there is no absolute limit.
We leave them unchecked and use our front end mail filter to delay large emails until after hours.
this way, the mails get sent with minimal fuss and involvement
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