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BudDurland

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One of my internal users just sent me a 140MB file. I have the SMTP server "additional options" set to "limit incoming SMTP mesage size to " 40MB. Does this limit not apply to local addresses?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes it does. He probably used an email client, which does not use SMTP (Entourage, Outlook 2011, Kerio Outlook Connector etc.).
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BudDurland

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Thanks for the follow-up. Off to make a feature request Smile

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BudDurland

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Any new developments on this? I just had a user send (via KOFF) a 750MB file to another (internal) user. A little sleuthing found hundreds of messages in people's mail stores that exceed the domain limit.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Have you tried to set the message limit in user or domain settings?
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BudDurland

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The domain is set to 30MB, the users are set to "use the limit for this domain"

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