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Named Properties in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2010-08-16
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So we have 2 Exchange environments.  We are moving over to Exchange 2007 and should be completed by early next year.  We just had some errors in the event log that state our named properties have reached the quota limit on one of our 2003 mailbox clusters.  I have enclosed the screenshot.  There are quite a few things trying to create a named property like BES and our Enterprise Vault system.  Here is the KB article on this below.  My question is I would rather not make changes unless it is absolutley imperative.  I can not find out if this is harming the environment or not and I would like to know if I should put in a change control to make the changes or just let it ride out.  Any opinons would be appreciated as it is either this or call MS on it.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/820379

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This solution is probably your best bet.  Microsoft supported and it's a simple registry entry.  Of course always make sure you have a backup, but there's no reason to think that this would cause any problems on your information stores.  I would go ahead with the fix.
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Thanks I will do the CC today.
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Was not really a tech question so the score should not be really high.
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