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Send and receive size in exchange 2007

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I have gone into the gui transport and raised the send/receive size for users to send and receive  bigger files in email. I have used shell to change the sizes and though it looks  bigger, we still can't receive large files. Am I missing something?
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Please check the below article

I think you need to check the settings on send and receive connectos also

http://exchangepedia.com/2007/09/exchange-server-2007-setting-message-size-limits.html

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There are a number of places where Exchange looks for limits and everything has to fall in place for it to reach the mailbox. Check the above link and make changes.
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Thanks,,,,I thought I tried everything but must have been something with the connectors. I had more than one and had to do it in the shell as well as gui to get it to work. At least that is what I am guessing worked. I followed all the steps in the article for both gui and shell and it worked.
Thanks
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