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Alert/Monitor number of items in Exchange2k3 mailbox

Posted on 2010-08-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I'm looking for a way to generate an alert (email to admins maybe, eventlog event, etc.) when the number of items in a particular exchange 2003 mailbox increases above a certain threshold.  I don't need this for all the mailboxes in the organization...just 1 at this time.  Any ideas?

Question by:KratosDefense

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brettkm earned 1000 total points
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Don't know of a way of doing exactly what you want, but you can set mailbox limits so at least the user and people emaiing them are notified.


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