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by default our users cant send or receive mails above 10 mb.
But i want give permission to  USER1 to send and receive mails in 50 mb size.
I configured from EMC  mailbox properties- mail flow settings - message size restrictions for 50 mb limit. but it didnt help. What i must do also??
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It also depends on the size set on the receive connector apart from the global limit.

read - http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/SBS_Small_Business_Server/Q_26846812.html

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by:Praveen Balan
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the above can be applied to Exchange 2010 also.(missed to mention in the previous comment).
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I dont want to change rule for all users. I want give access to send mails in 50 mb size only for USER1.
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If you don't modify the values in Receive connector, this will not work.

If you set user level send/receive size higher than Global/Organizational level then it works for internal purpose only and while sending mail to external recipient Global Level limit takes effect.


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set the connector limit 15 MB. then control users limit from account properties. always make more general setting higher than specific settings for easier management.
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