I am trying to setup MS Outlook rules to distribute incoming mail to a specific mailbox. I need to create about 600 rules to complete the project. After I created about 30 rules I am getting the following error:
One or more rules cannot be uploaded to MS Exchange and have been deactivated. This could be because some of the parameters are not supported, or there is insufficient space to store all of your rules.
MS states that the size of the rules cannot exceed 32KB for Exchange 2003.
I am using MS Exchange 2003 server and tried MS Outlook 2003 and MS Outlook 2007. Also tried to move the roles on the client (a client-only rule) and still does not work.
Question one: - If we upgrade the current Exchange Server 2003 Ent. to MS Exchange 2007 Ent. what is the limit (if any) on the size of the Rules?
Question two: - Is there a registry (or policy) change that can lift the rule limit of 32KB to 768 KB or more?
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