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Sender rebound message when attachement is > 10MB (Exchange)

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Dear experts,

I would like to create a rule in exchange. When someone from another company sends a attachments (email) > 10MB. that user needs to receives a rebound message. with "message is undeliverable."

The exchange version is 2007.

I allready add the following rules in the exchange manager shell

"set-transportconfig -maxsendsize 10900000"
"set-transportconfig -maxreceivezie 10900000"

the first one seems to work. the second one also works but neighter the sender or the receiver get's a rebound message.

What can i do to imform outsiders that our exchange server doesn't accept message > 10MB?
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by:dhruvarajp
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you need to change settings at the connector level
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by:Alexey_Bogomolov
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Use Get-TransportServer | fl *size*
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by:javelinict
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when i use get-transportserver | fl 10900000 i get the following option.

Cmd set-transportserver at command pipeline position 1
supply values for the following parameters:
indentity: ???????

what do I need to fill in?
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by:Alexey_Bogomolov
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Do not replase the word "size"!
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by:Alexey_Bogomolov
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>What can i do to imform outsiders that our exchange server doesn't accept message > 10MB?
The outsiders will receive NDR message about your limits.
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javelinict earned 0 total points
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oke i tried 3 commands

get-transportserver | fl *size* 10900000
set-transportserver | fl *size* 10900000
get-transportserver | fl *size*

all ended with:

Cmd set-transportserver at command pipeline position 1
supply values for the following parameters:
indentity: ???????
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by:dhruvarajp
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you are not doing the right thing

did you change the maxmessagesize for the  recieve connector ?
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by:javelinict
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I don't understand anymore. so it's set-transportserver -receiveconnector 10900000 ?

could you please write the whole line?
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