Need help finding where message is being gerenated from in MS Exchange.

Posted on 2007-10-18
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Need help finding where message is being gerenated from in MS Exchange.

We have a message that was at one time configured to be sent to people when their mailbox size reached a certain limit in Outlook 2003. I am trying to find this message in the ESM console to edit the text on the message as things have changed in the environment since the initial message was created.

Can anyone tell me where i can find this message? I know it's not being generated from the mailbox manager in exchange.

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