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Default Storage Limit

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On exchange 2003 all my users have storage limits configured of which AD set itself to say Default storage limit. Just wondering what size is the default storage limit and were would i go to change it to be bigger.

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The default storage limit is no limit, I was hoping someone else would comment with a good link on where to change that (as I couldn't find one immediately) but as that has not happened, I expect you will need to look at the mailbox store properties (or further up the chain)

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Aha, I saw that but only loaded the title (thanks to the worlds slowest internet connection here)
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Slow internet connection. Can't be that slow - your name is plastered across everything that came up this morning. :)
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