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Exchange 2010 - Public Folder Receive Limits

Posted on 2014-03-14
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Hi,

We have a public folder we're trying to set a receive limit on in Exchange 2010. We've set the limit on:

Public folder limit
Public folder database limit
Exchange Receive connector
Transport settings

However when testing we're still getting a bounce stating the message is too large. Services have been restarted after changes have been made. Anyone have any ideas?
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by:Ahmed786
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May be you can try to set via command shell anf give a try

Get-PublicFolder -Identity "\Root Public Folder\Subfolder" -Recurse | Set-PublicFolder -MaxItemSize 5MB
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by:Ahmed786
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Have u checked below.

Open Exchange management console, expand Organization configuration and click on "Mailbox" Now on the left center pane, click on the "Database Management" tab. Look for you Public folder in the list, right click, properties, then click the "Limits" tab. Is anything set there? By default limits are set on a newly created public folder.
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by:Plaice
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Thanks Ahmed.

We changed the limits via powershell.

As above we've set the limit of the public folder database.
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So has your issue resolved ?
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by:Plaice
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No, it has not.
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So have u checked here as well..

Open Exchange Management Console - Toolbox - Public Folder Management Console - Default Public Folders - Folder NAME - Properties - Limits Tab

Uncheck Use database quota defaults and you can set maximum item size etc


And Also check below properly and give some time to replicate.

Open Exchange management console, expand Organization configuration and click on "Mailbox" Now on the left center pane, click on the "Database Management" tab. Look for you Public folder in the list, right click, properties, then click the "Limits" tab. Is anything set there? By default limits are set on a newly created public folder.


Finally if all doesn't works then please go throught below microsoft article closely.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691327(v=exchg.141).aspx
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