How to apply limit size to mailboxes.

I have and Exchange 2000 and I need to tell me how to apply a limit size to a mailbox,and if a user has mailbox about 10 MB before he gets to the limit i want him to get a warning mail,and if he reaches the limit i want him not to get any new mail until he download at his pst anything that he has on the Exchange server.Could you help me please?
PesmergaAsked:
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smarcheCommented:
Dear,
A policy on the exchange server is needed. Go in the system manager-->administrative Groups --> First Administrative Groups --> System policies,  Right click on it-->new-->mailbox store policy, in this way you'll find all the needed options (see the attached print screen). Then right click on the created mailbox store policy --> Add Mailbox Store (your server could be added here) .
Hope to help you..
Ciao
MailboxQuota.doc
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PesmergaAuthor Commented:
smarche this is exactly what I'm looking for but i can't find the path you told me.
I have a screenshot with my system manager if this can help you.
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smarcheCommented:
could you try with right click on the first row (domain exchange)-->properties-->Select the "Display Administrative Groups" Option and then try to follow the other instructions... let me know :-)
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PesmergaAuthor Commented:
OK,now i can't find the system policies.
I have a ss to help you.
First-Administrative-Group.JPG
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smarcheCommented:
Try with this: Right click on first administrative group-->new-->System Policy container so the container will be added
:-)
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PesmergaAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot :-D
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smarcheCommented:
Nothing ;-) it has been a pleasure!
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