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Best practice for attachment compression sending from Exchange to Lotus server

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Looking for best practices used in successful email file attachment compression when sending from exchange 2007 to lotus notes mailbox
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I think that R7 and above do automatic Compression, regardless of where the mail comes from.

What specifically are you concerned about ?

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I have just issues with users attempting to send zip attachments from exchange to lotus and get repeated failure returns.  I have read of issues with Lotus and the interpretation of zipped files.
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Have you checked the sizes of the files.

maybe they are above the limits for mail size ?

Also if they are encrypted, your anti-virus solution may not like it.



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