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Hi guys,

While debugging my application on a simulator, I've realized that when a single http post request I'm sending from the device exceeds ~6.2 kilobytes, it never goes through the mds simulator and times out after the allotted time passes. I'm not having this problem on a real device as I've tried http post requests up to 60-70 kilobytes without any problems. I have 2 questions:

1- Are there any settings on the mds simulator that specifies the maximum http request size? I know there is a general maximum data setting but it seems to be related to the http response rather than the outgoing http request.

2- Is there a setting like that on a real BES, and if there is, how can I change it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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