Office 365 Hosted Exchange Attachment size limit

Been doing O365 for a while now and just converted an office from on premise Exchange to hosted.  For the first time, ran into a problem of sending large attachments.  
No problem, increase the user's limit and all should be good to go.  It is with OWA but not with Outlook 2010/2013.

Should I also have to modify the reg entry for Outlook's limitation on each laptop/PC?

I ask this because with on premise, never have I had to do this and since I've changed this limitation, after waiting a couple of hours still the client gets the message.  Actually this message is coming from a third party application when from inside the application they are "sending" an email.

Of course, the same laptops were joined to the old domain last week and had no issues with the on premise server.  But since the change, the same laptop joined to the new domain does.

Thanks for any input.
Ron
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Amit KumarCommented:
Please follow this article, it will help you to configure this.

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RFloyd30Author Commented:
Thanks, you really did not read my question but that's okay.  The Exchange side of the size limit has been completed.  OWA see's that change and can send large attachments.  The problem is with Outlook client on a laptop/PC.   Sorry if I was not clear.

However, it appears that you must change the registry key on each laptop/PC for Outlook clients.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2813269

Even though it reads IMAP, POP3...  close Outlook, make the change, open Outlook and you will be good to go.

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RFloyd30Author Commented:
I found the solution myself, tested it and confirmed it solved the issue for my environment.
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