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How to change default size for emails attachments on Exchange 2010 server?

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I would like to change the size of the email attachments in Exchange 2010.
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use this from the exchange shell:
Set-TransportConfig -MaxReceiveSize xxMB -MaxSendSize xxMB
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@dahesi would that also apply to OWA?
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I made the changes also in the link provided by @John-Charles-Herzberg but in Outlook I get an error message when attaching a file over 10MB. How long I have to wait for these changes to be reflected.
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