Suddenly can't send large attachments.

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chuck

Hello.

I have Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server

running service pack 2.

Intel Pentium D, 3 GHz, 2 GB Ram

25 mailboxes

Clients are mostly Vista Business with a few Windows XP Pro

Most are running Office 2007 and the rest Office 2003

Up until last Friday September 25 2009, all users could send emails

with attachments up to 20 MB in size. Now they cannot. I'm not

exactly sure of the error message but will find out if necessary. I

hope this is a brainless issue.

Act 2010 premier has been installed two weeks ago but there were no

problems then.

We recently (yesterday) installed a Firebox Series E firewall but this

issue started before then.

Are there any Microsoft updates that would change this? For the

server or the client?

Is there a group policy I should look for?

Is there a group policy I can modify to allow this?

I happen to know the server has not had updates for three weeks

because of our updating policies.
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

You ought to post this in an SBS newsgroup. They probably have a wizard for

you.

Ed Crowley MVP

"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."

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"chuck" <bigdwhite@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:99444a61-4c4f-44e4-ac6e-8547751aa3a2@l13g2000yqb.googlegroups.com...
> Hello.

> I have Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Server
> running service pack 2.
> Intel Pentium D, 3 GHz, 2 GB Ram
> 25 mailboxes

> Clients are mostly Vista Business with a few Windows XP Pro
> Most are running Office 2007 and the rest Office 2003

> Up until last Friday September 25 2009, all users could send emails
> with attachments up to 20 MB in size. Now they cannot. I'm not
> exactly sure of the error message but will find out if necessary. I
> hope this is a brainless issue.

> Act 2010 premier has been installed two weeks ago but there were no
> problems then.
> We recently (yesterday) installed a Firebox Series E firewall but this
> issue started before then.

> Are there any Microsoft updates that would change this? For the
> server or the client?
> Is there a group policy I should look for?
> Is there a group policy I can modify to allow this?

> I happen to know the server has not had updates for three weeks
> because of our updating policies.
 
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