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Force Replication for a Disabled Exchange 2003 Mailbox

Posted on 2009-07-08
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We have a user's mailbox that is disabled due to going over quota.  I changed his quota, but his mailbox is still disabled.  I read that this can take several hours for the properties to repliate. Is there any way to force this replication so his mailbox can be enabled immediately?
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You can stop and start the information store but you can also speed up the refresh time by following this: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb684892.aspx

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Perfect, his mailbox is now re-enabled.  Thank you for the fast reply!
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