N/APosted on - 01/25/2012
At my work place our Local area Network mail service provider is exchange 2007. My supervisor wants to send an email to a different organization but she is not able to.
This could be so for the simple reason that exchange 2007 does not allow one to send a file larger than 20MB.
I altered the delivery message size in her mail settings but still it did not change.
What else should I do?
Exchange 2007 does not allow one to send a file larger
The size limitation is configured and controlled by the system Administrator which can not be changed by the clients.
The problem can be solved through WinRar.
Install the WinRar Application .it is a very small program can be downloaded free from internet.
convert the file you want to send in a RAR file and Split into parts to minimize the size
Right Click on the file which you want to send
Click on Add to Archive option
this dialog box will open
and add enter Size e.g you have a 40 Mb file .you need to enter 20M to get 20Mb size files in parts.
Now you can send one by one file