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How to delete a System policy and stop it from sending warning messages to users.

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I created a mailbox store policy within System manager in Exchange Server 2003. I choose to set a certain limit that would generate the warning email notifying users their mailbox was over the limit. This test worked out fine. I removed the store and and also the system policy container. Is there anything else I need to do to stop these emails from going out?


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Can somebody confirm the steps I took are ok. Any ideas?
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redseatechnologies earned 750 total points
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Hi vferreira71,

Sorry it has taken so long for someone to get back to you, that is quite rare in the Exchange TA!

This MS guide shows the way to configure storage limits, and will therefore show you how to remove them and be sure they are gone.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=822938

If you have any questions, please let me know


thanks

-red
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