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Hi i need up a limit on one user in Exchange 2007.  Is there a quick way to do this

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Open Exchange Management Console -> Recipient Configuration.

Right click on the mailbox-> select properties.

In the Mailbox Settings tab, click the Storage Quotas

in the Storage Quotas dialog UNCHECK "Use mailbox database defaults" and enter the required values.
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