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StrategicEdge

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Our office passes a lot of large PSDs and Images through email (I know this is not the best method) but we are hitting the email attachment filesize limits.

Is there a setting I can go in and change to increase this at least a little bit?

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ccjwells

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Outbound is in domain settings, inbound is in smtp server settings. You can also edit the outbound settings on a per user basis. Just be aware that your antivirus can choke on messages if they get too large and of course other mail servers may not be as forgiving on file sizes. (I know your pain on trying to get people to pass files in a more sane manner. One of our clients didn't realize that trying to send us a 184MB file via email was not a good idea. How it made it out of their server, I'll never know)
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Kedar

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Hi,
ccjwells has right, there is domain/user limit for outgoing messages and limit for SMTP server.
A third limit is maximal size for HTTP POST in settings for WebMail.

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