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increase email size for exchange 2007 for users

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increase email size for exchange 2007 for users

I would like to increase the size of an email that users can send.
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Message size limits are set in three different places: (1) the properties of the send connector; (2) the properties of the receive connector(s); and (3) the properties of each user's mailbox.  You need to check each of these locations to see what limits are set and change them as appropriate.
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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There is also a Global Setting for this as well. See screenshot below... The Mailbox message size is the most restrictive.
Mailbox Setting
new1.JPGConnector Setting
new2.JPGGlobal Setting
new3.JPG
Will.
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Thanks,
I have made the necessary changes and will keep you posted if this works.

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