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Hello,

on exchange server 2010 is it possible to limit maximal bandwidth which can be used by one mailbox?

For example if one customer sync his hole mailbox with outlook or activeSync he can use the hole bandwidth which is available. This maybe impact other mailbox users.

So is it possible to limit maximal bandwidth each mailbox user can use?

Thanks
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From mailbox mail flow settings you can control mail size limits but not bandwidth limits.
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also please check below, Exchange throttling polices:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd297964(v=exchg.141).aspx
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Hello,

yes I know exchange throttling policies.
But there is no way to limit bandwidth which can be used per mailbox.
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Nothing per mailbox.
Throttling policies is the most that you can do.
Exchange is designed to use all of the bandwidth available - remember it is designed to be operated on a LAN, where bandwidth is not normally a problem.

Simon.
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Hello,

is there no way to use QoS from network card to limit bandwidth per ip-adress?
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Not that I am aware of. The NIC would just see the traffic coming from Exchange.

Simon.
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