Can’t attach any file larger than 50 KB in OWA on Exchange 2003 SP2 environment

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Hi, We have a Front/Backend exchange 2003 SP2 environment with clustered backend. From last few weeks all our users are unable to attach any file larger than 50 KB on OWA externally.But its wroking fine in the internal network.

I tried to search and found a solution for the same issue whcih says to set the "UploadReadAheadSize" value on Exchange server. I did it but still the issue is not resolved.

 Can someone please help me to resolve this issue.

Thanks in advance

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It’s been a while since I’ve used this, but have you installed the OWA Admin tools and checked your settings there. There are lots of customization options available for OWA using the OWA Admin tool. Could be a setting there which is preventing file attachments larger than 50k.

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    Thanks for the reply DaveMPA I have not installed the OWA admin tool, I will do it and try to change the settings. Regards
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