Sending/Receiving Limits onExchange 2007 question

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In Exchange 2003, when you get the global setting for sending and receiving email attachments, that was the final say (for sending items outside the company.) Does anyone know if in Exchange 2007, you can get more granular with your ability to set different limits for say specific users or groups? For example, say I want most of the company to have a send/receive limit size to 20mb, but I have a special group that needs to have that limit up to 30mb. Is it possible to do something like this on Exchange 07? Thanks.
ASKED: December 17, 2007  5:40 PM
UPDATED: December 20, 2007  4:44 PM

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we are currently using exchange 2003 and do not have this problem. we have global limits set, but we can still go into active directory under the properties of a user’s account. then go to the Exchange General tab. then to the Delivery Restricitions tab. it should be set to USE DEFAULT LIMIT. Just change the radio button to MAXIMUM KB and then enter the maximum file size that you want to allow them to send. remember, this includes the size of the file AND the email itself, (which should only be a few bytes or k at the most). you don’t have to upgrade to ex2k7 to have this ability.

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