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jsuttor

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It seems that I can only send attachments to my Kerio server that are 2mb and smaller... If I send or anyone sends an email message larger than 2mb its gets sent back to them with a message that the mail is not deliverable... I have set all the quota's to 0 and also tried turning off SMTP Server > Security Options > Limit Maximum Incoming Message Size. Sometimes the error message changes and it displays an error message about Mail Box Being FULL!! Yet all the mailbox sizes are set to 0 for unlimited. Anyone have any suggestions...

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winkelman

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Instead of setting them to 0 (unlimitid), did you try setting these values to something very high?

Maybe that does work (which would of course indicate a problem with KMS, but may still allow you do work normaly).
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jsuttor

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Yes I did try to set them very high... set the limit at 100 gb and still no affect.

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Isn't someone else enforcing this policy? Other peoples SMTP servers could enforce a limit... Do you directly send to MX records or does your KMS use a relay server? Is that relay server limiting mail size? Etc. etc.

Do you also get the error when you send an email internally?
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