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Mail attachment limit upto 100 kb

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by innovative2001, Jun 20, 2006.

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  1. innovative2001

    innovative2001 Active Member

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    Hello,

    I want to set a rule for Outgoing mail of my employees where they can not attach more than 100kb in their mails. We are using Smarter-Mail as a third party web mail service. The domain is hosted on Windows Server.

    For investigate the issue, we have shifted domain to Linux Server where the ‘Horde’ is being used for web mail access. Though problem is still persist.

    This is something very important where I am trying to secure my company’s assets. Kindly help me to sort out the issue.

    Thanks

    Jack
     
  2. Saloni

    Saloni Active Member

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    If you are using exim, then you can edit the exim.conf file to add entry as below :

    message_size_limit = <as per your requirement>

    Hope it Helps !!
     
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    Manuel_accu Well-Known Member

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    :confused: Hi,

    I am using Exim but I am looking for some built in scripts in php/ perl using which I can control the massge limit for particular domain not for whole mail server.

    Any idea?
     
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    Manuel_accu Well-Known Member

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    I have already read it but still confused!!!:eek:
     
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    Mini Well-Known Member

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    Then read it again.

    If you don't know how to understand and read a manual without getting confused, then with all due respect I'm afraid I do not think you should even own a webhosting company.

    Just saying that the manual confuses you just seems like you haven't even made an attempt to read it thoroughly. Exactly what part of the manual do you not understand?

    Mini
     
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    If you can help, then please do. What you think of the guys ability to read a manual is wasted space to the rest of us. (I apologize for contributing to this waste of cpanel space... but it needed to be said)
     
  8. Manuel_accu

    Manuel_accu Well-Known Member

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    What do you mean????????????

    Can't you accept your fault that you dont know how to do this.... rather than blaming me:p

    For your instruction I have asked for php scripts not exim configuration in exim config file which can be configured by any one.

    First read the question and then try to reply....

    you will find the manuel of every topics in internet then why you registered with this forums. Go and check manuel.

    I dont want to read this issue I want to discuss this issue... thats why I am here..
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Please tone down your language.

    Regardless, it's not cPanel specific and if you want to change how exim works outsie of what cPanel provides, then you will have to go and read the manual as suggested and work it out for yourself or hire someone to do the work for you.
     
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