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Posted on 2011-03-22
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I saw I can use Exchange 2010 Mail Tips function to warn a user they are sending to large of atttachments in Outlook  and trying to figure out how can I do this with Exchange 2007?
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It is not possible in Exchange 2007. It is a new feature in E2010 onwards works along with Outlook 2010.
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Is there any work arounds or 3rd party software I can use till I can upgrade to Exchange 2010?
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