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inferenza

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Good morning gentlemen,
I have not received any response to my previous post.
I hope I have not done the wrong question
My need is to block in receiving messages larger than 8/10Mb and so I set the upper limit in the SMTP receiving at 10Mb but I keep getting messages of size greater than 15Mb.
It is possible that this feature does not work?
Or wrong to use this setting?
Could anyone answer me about...

Many thanks to all
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GlennK

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It works as far as I know. Maybe you should send a large message and set the debug log and see what it says. A call to support would get this handled.
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Kedar

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It's a limit for incoming messages to the SMTP server. Outgoing messages and messages received by another protocol, e.g. WebDAV, EWS, KOFF, WebMail... are not blocked by this limit. In this case you must use domain/user limit or limit for Webmail (HTTP POST size).
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