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How via teh gui can we see what teh message attament size limits are on our exchange 2007 server?
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If Exchange 2007 SP1 is installed then you can set it through GUI.

This setting will be configured for all Hub Transport server in the organization.

Organization Configuration -> Hub Transport -> Global Settings tab ->  Transport Settings -> Click on Properties -> set Maximum Receive Size and Maximum Send Size

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Thank you Man!!
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