Email Attachements

We use a SBS running  exchange server 2010, in our office, connected via pop3 connector to an ISP.

Sometimes our recipients complain that when they receive our emails, they don't get any attachments.

I just want to know if in anyway, it could be my server
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
It's possible. By default, though, Exchange in SBS has no limitations on email sizes, but if you've changed that, the Exchange server won't pull emails that break the size limitations from POP3. More likely, though, is that whatever spam filter you are using (or rather, your POP3 Provider is using) is stripping the attachments from the emails. This is extremely common.

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far55Author Commented:
Its a mere PDF file that is sent always. and its not above our size limit of 10MB.

But he says some receive it why others don't.

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