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Exchange 2010 Custom MailTips with URL for Size Restriction

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We are looking to compile a custom mailtip on exchange for attachments. The idea is that when users attempt to send an attachment which exceeds the size restriction, they will receive a custom mailtip which will direct them to our company Box.com site.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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According to this Microsoft TechNet page while you can create custom mail tips they cannot contain a hyperlink.  Per the page

"Additional HTML tags in the MailTip aren't supported."
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Hmm... according to this article, it seems as though Hyperlinks are supported.

http://windowsitpro.com/exchange-server-2010/prevent-problems-exchange-server-2010s-mailtips
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