Public Folder Set Size Limits on Items Posted/Added

Posted on 2013-11-12
Last Modified: 2014-01-06
We have a public folder calendar that a number of people have rights to add items to. Is there a way to set size limits to restrict the size of those items entered into the public folder just as you would set limits to the size of an e-mail one can send/receive?

In other words we would like to set it so that people cannot save items to that public folder that exceed 5 MBs.
Question by:RTM2007
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You haven't mentioned Exchange version. This is for 2003

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oops 2010 Enterprise

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Not setting limits on the folder though, limits on the largest size item that people can place in that folder.
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I don't see any such option in 2010.

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