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Attachment sizes in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2014-04-14
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If a user is sending an e-mail with an attachment that is 26mb but they are sending it to 3 recipients. Does the exchange server's 50mb limit come into play because it multiplies the size of the attachment by 3 making the attachment size 78mb?
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It is a single attachment, so the fact that it is going to three different people doesn't matter.
Although if you are regularly moving attachments of that size around to multiple people you may want to consider one of the services for sending large attachments instead, so you are just sending a link.

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