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Obtaining The Mailbox Size Limit.

Posted on 2004-10-06
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Hello,
please please help me with this if you are able, its been driving me crazy.

Accoding to the Microsoft website CDOEXM.DLL gives an IMailboxStore interface to the OverQuotaLimit property for a mailbox. FOR EXCHANGE 2003

This property basically returns whether or not the user has surpassed the mailbox size limit set by the profile adminitrators.

What I want is some way of finding out the mailbox size limit and/or whether the user has passed that limit for Exchange 5.5

The MS documentation on MAPI/CDO for Exchange 5.5 is not great and I woundered if any of you guys could help me. As I have been trailing around the MS docs for hours and am now just short of a breakdown.

My problem comes about because I am trying to create a VB6 app that simply sends an automated email, which as we know is easy.
The problem I have is that i must check first whether or not the user has passed there mailbox size limit.

If you can provide source quickly I will double the points.


Cheers Chris
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Ok I have incrreased the points in need of an urgent reply

Will still double for source provided quickly

Madmarlin
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David Lee earned 200 total points
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Hi, Madmarlin.

This is the closest thing I found.  Hope it helps.

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=320071

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