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Posted on 2016-09-14
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I am attaching 1 image, the user mailbox as per database default is 1gb and we have a 4 gig group where users are added and they get get 4gb mailbox size. we had earlier 3gig group but it is no more

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Question by:pramod1
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by:Gary Dewrell
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It looks to me that you have the warn level set at 1GB. That is telling you the mailbox is over the warning level.
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by:Gary Dewrell
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You this command to verify that.

get-mailbox MailboxName  | select *warn*
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Hi,

agree with gdewrell. You have setup warn level on database, to 1Gb. Guess you should increase that to 2+Gb or so, not to confuse your users so early :)

Btw, that user is still in 3Gb database, as it seams, or maybe you have migrated him to new database, where limit is set to 4Gb, but that limit will not apply to him, since mailbox limit goes on top of database. Set limit on his mailbox to database default, to automatically follow DB rules.

Regards,
Ivan.
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