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outlook 2011:"The message attachmentexceeds the message size limitations...."

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hi guys

We're using exchange 2007. One of our users is on a Mac 2011 and is trying to send an email of size 17.6mb and they get the message that it's exceeded the message size limitations. We don't have any limits in Exchange at all. It can send it fine from Outlook on a PC.

is this a bug?

Thanks

Yashy
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Can you check this KB please: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935848

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