Public Folder Properties > Mail Flow Settings Tab > Message Size Restrictions

Exchange 2007

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Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP3

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-24

Use the Message Size Restrictions dialog box to specify the size limit for messages that are sent or received by the mail-enabled public folder.

Sending message size
  • Select the Maximum message size (in KB) check box to configure a sending message size restriction for this mail-enabled public folder. Use the text box to type the maximum message size in kilobytes (KB) that the public folder is allowed to send. The value range is from 0 KB through 2,097,151 KB.

  • If the mail-enabled public folder attempts to send a message that is larger than the size specified, a descriptive error message is displayed and the send operation is stopped.

  • Clear this check box to remove any size restrictions for sending messages.

Received message size
  • Select the Maximum message size (in KB) check box to configure a receiving message size restriction for this mail-enabled public folder. Use the text box to type the maximum message size in KB that the public folder is allowed to receive. The value range is from 0 KB through 2,097,151 KB.

  • If a sender attempts to send a message to this public folder that is larger than the size specified, the message is returned to the sender with a descriptive error message.

  • Clear this check box to remove any size restrictions for receiving messages.

 

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