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We currently have a 5mb SMTP maximum file size quota in place for the entire company. The only problem is we have a large bizhub document center that does scan to email. It is a common occurrence for users to scan documents to email. With this quota in place we are seeing a number of complaints about scanning to email not working.

Is there a way to make an exception to the rule for one outgoing address? Is there another way to implement a quota without causing problems for the bizhub?

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You unfortunately can't make exceptions to the SMTP mail size as far as I know.

But what is the rationale behind a limit as small as 5 MB? It may be more fruitful dicussing a higher limit. MIME-encoding a large PPT presentation will easily reach the limit. We use 50 MB on all our servers since we only need a large-ish number to catch the extra super insanely large mails. For us the limit is a just-in-case safety measure, not a policy implement.

Just my two cents ...
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