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How to define default mailbox properties in Exchange 2003?

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I have Exchange 2003 SP2 running in Windows 2003 server. I need to modify the default mailbox size for users. But I could not find the place to modify this setting. Can someone help me out?
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if it is for all the mailboxes in a mailbox store then do it in the properties of the mailbox store under limits tab.
for a individual server do it in the properties of the user in AD
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for individual user do it in the properties of the user in AD under the "exchange general" tab
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Thank you very much for your quick response. That's all I need to know for now.
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