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Exchange 2007 Sp1 Send * Receiving Limts

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Hello,

I am somewhat confused about sending & receiving size limits in exchange 2007.

If a  "Hub Transport" connector doesn't have any limit does this indicate any emails send from the org can be any size "relating to attachment"?
Can you overwrite

If all incoming attachment have a limit preset at "receive connector" can this limit be overwritten at a mailbox level per user?
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Also upgrade to SP3 with RU8
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You should set the limits at the points where messages enter your environment.

to answer your last question: Yes, Mailbox level limit settings (if different) can overwrite connector settings but will only impact internal messages. External messages will be treated as unauthenticated and be forced to adhere to organization level settings.
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