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How to Configure Storage Quotas for a Exchange Mailbox

Is there a way to Storage Quotas for an Exchange Mailbox?

i.e. the user will not be able to send nor receive until his mailbox size is down to a reasonable size.

I'm using Windows 2003 and Exchange 2003 with service pack 2. The clients are running a combination of Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.

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yes.. the storage quotas are set in one of two places.. normally you set them on the mailbox stores (the place where the user mailboxes are located) this will effect ALL users who have mailboxes in the store. if you need to override it you can by going to the individual users and setting it there..
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Can you do a group object for each cap?

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could you explain what you mean by a group object?... All you would need to do is create a storage group for each setup of unique users/groups you want to have different storage quotas on and then place their mailboxes in the proper storage group.
How do you create a storage group for Exchange?
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