How to find mailbox size allocated to an outlook user.

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we are using outlook 2003 and exchange server 2010 in our organisation, and all the outlook clients are MAPI clients, actually one of the user is not able to receive mails coz his mailbox size has increased. I wanted to check on the server side that how much mailbox size is allocated to him and how much he is actually using in his outlook 2003. Thanks
kaulrishabAsked:
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Beyond Next SolutionsSolutions ArchitectCommented:
get-mailbox username | ft IssueWarningQuota,ProhibitSendQuota,ProhibitSendReceiveQuota,UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults

If the UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults field is set to true, then look on the Limits tab of the mailbox database in which the user's mailbox resides for the effective quotas.

Next, to see their mailbox size:

Get-MailboxStatistics username | fl

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mattibuttCommented:
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BillBondoCommented:
Open the users outlook and in tools, mailbox cleanup it will tell you the size.
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Maen Abu-TabanjehNetwork Administrator, Network ConsultantCommented:
go to tools -> mailbox cleanup -> view mailbox size
note that mailbox size of mailbox but note show you the quote and limitation
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SriHarsha KTechnical Services SpecialistCommented:
To check the MailBox size limit in EMC,
Expand  Recipient Configuration --- select the Mailbox -- Double-click the mailbox with which you want  -- On General tab, the Total Items and Size areas show the no.of msgs in the mailbox and the current mailbox size in KB  
or can use this command in Exchange Shell.

" Get-MailboxStatistics –Identity 'IDENTITY' | FL "

Note:- In Exchange 2010,for a single user by default can have a database of 16gb..

Correct me if I am wrong..

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mumbaiexpertsCommented:
Hi,using powershell command:get-mailboxStatistics -identity "identity" |fl
it gives the whole information of the user .
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