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i was expecting an email from my friend which did not come to my mailbox. when i checked in my message tracking in exchange 2003 mail server it shows it generated NDR and in in subject line i can see Antivirus unscannable in brackets. The size of the email was 47 mb.

we already have disabled on access scan in antivirus.  

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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
ID: 24371977
Is there any Limit restrictions on mails sent or received in the organization.
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by:geowrian
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Also check the file type they are sending. Some systems block certain file extensions, or don'tcan't scan password-protected archives so they bounce the email.
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by:YogeshSLK
ID: 24372039
Hi All,

yes their is size limit set and the mail which i was expecting is much more than the limit. the file extension was .jpg,Mpg and .bmp .
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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in that case the file extension would not matter as the size limit is more then the restricted by the org.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Check this article
How to set size limits for messages
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322679

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by:YogeshSLK
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Hi rancy,

yes you are correct file extension will not matter in case if recieving size is more than the size set . my concern here is how the ststement Antivirus Unscannable got added in brackets with actual subject in subject line.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 2000 total points
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hehehe is this a mail scanner and may be as the size was higher then the org restrictions that were set the AV scanned and added a message. Just an assumption.
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by:YogeshSLK
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:-) :-) might be.......Thanks for the information.
This site is always so helpful......
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