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Where to find setting for attachment size limit in Exchange 2003

I have set sending and receiving message size limits of 20MB in the Message Delivery Properties. However, I have users that are trying to send attachments just over 10MB that are getting their messages rejected by the Exchange server. Is there another area that will reject a message based on attachment size?
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Greg27
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askurat1Commented:
global setting -- > message deliver
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askurat1Commented:
more specific you can find it under ESM, under Global -> Message Delivery -> Defaults
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Greg27Author Commented:
That is where I set it to 20MB, but it is still rejecting messages that are under 10MB.
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Muzafar MominCommented:
there are mutiple option that needs to configure

1) Global setting
2) Connector setting
3) SMTP virtual server setting
4) User mailbox setting

 for details refer http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;322679
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askurat1Commented:
Just to be clear it is set in KB's so it would be 20480.
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askurat1Commented:
This is true the default SMTP Virtual Server settings in the messages tab need to be changed. Make sure to uncheck Limit message size and limit session size.
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Greg27Author Commented:
Thanks for the help.
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