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a)I try to set storage limits to certain users through the AD.
For example a user have 25mb emails.I set up his account so the maximun storage limit be 20mb(stop to send and receive mail)
I apply the rule but the user continue to receive and send mail.Why happen that?

b)If I configure the storage users limits from System Manager and for some users configure them from AD the storage limits.What will happen?The AD storage limits will overwrite the System manager storage limits for the specific users?

c)For the internal mail from where I must go to set the maximum send and receive limits?

Regards
Tony
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What's your exchange server service pack level?
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I have SP3.

Regards Tony
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For windows I have SP4.

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ANYONE CAN HELP ME PLS?
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Just realised that I answered a previous question that you asked by giving you relevant links. For some reason you ignored the links I posted and instead accepted an answer from a second person posting with much less information than I had already given, had you read the links that I had posted and responded to them. Here are some relevant links again, just in case you read them,
HOW TO: Configure Storage Limits on Mailboxes in Exchange 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;319583
Controlling Users Mailboxes in Exchange 2000
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF016.html
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