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I often find myself referring to the following exchangepedia.com article to help remind myself of all the places you can set send and receive size limits for emails. Check it out HERE

A quick way of tracing how many emails may have been bounced via PowerShell is below (so much nicer then the 2010 message tracker). It will export the results out to a CSV file for convenience.

Get-MessageTrackingLog -EventID FAIL | where {$_.RecipientStatus -like “*SendSizeLimit*”} | Export-CSV c:\SendSize.csv

Get-MessageTrackingLog -EventID FAIL | where {$_.RecipientStatus -like “*RecipSizeLimit*”} | Export-CSV c:\RecipSize.csv