Lotus Notes Restrictions

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I recently had a problem where a gentleman who was under notice of Redundnacy sent out a huge amount of Information on a Friday Afternoon. I found out about this on Monday from a report of the 25 Largest Messages. My question is the following Does anybody know of a way that I can place a restriction on the size of messages being transferred via SMTP and have so that I am notified and possibly have a way of authorising them to send them on the way. if they exceed a certain size. It would also be nice to actually have it limited by user. I know this is a lot to ask but any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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You may set a rule in the Router/SMTP section in the server configuration document to put the messages over a certain size on hold or move a certain db for review and the release it to the another SMTP router again(or that it won’t get caught again).

If you would like to restrict the users to send emails larger than a certain size, you have revised the mail template to check the mail message size before it is sent. If it is larger than a certain size, then give the user a popup message and the message is not sent.

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