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Exchange 2010 storage quota

Posted on 2014-03-11
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Hi,

I have a problem with one user mailbox,
in Outlook it says the storage limit is 2GB, in the Exchange Gui I have removed the max on the mailbox.

And when I check via powershell the storage limit is Unlimited.

But when I send the user a mail, I get back an error the users mailbox i full.

Do anyone know a solution?
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Hi ccdata,

remove the offline cache on the user's outlook and delete the ost.

check using while connected online to the exchange server if the same error results.

let me know
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Hi Adalli,

It worked, thank you!
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