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Exchange 2007 mailbox database default

    Question

  • What is the default mailbox size limit in Exchange 2007?  When I am in the Exchange management console, I right click the user and select properties.  Then click the mailbox settings tab.  Under storage quotas it is set to use mailbox database defaults.  However the problem is I don't know what defaults are or where to find them?  I'm sure this is an easy find and I'm just overlooking something, but I cant see it.
    Monday, February 15, 2010 4:28 PM

Answers

  • Maurice is right but, if you want to get all your databases you can run this command.

    Get-MailboxDatabase | fl StorageGroupName,Name,issuewarningquota,ProhibitSendQuota,ProhibitSendReceiveQuota


    StorageGroupName         : StorageGroup1
    Name                     : Mailbox Database
    IssueWarningQuota        : 1945MB
    ProhibitSendQuota        : 2GB
    ProhibitSendReceiveQuota : 2355MB

    StorageGroupName         : First Storage Group
    Name                     : Mailbox Database
    IssueWarningQuota        : 1945MB
    ProhibitSendQuota        : 2GB
    ProhibitSendReceiveQuota : 2355MB

     

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    Chris cbfive.com

    Monday, February 15, 2010 5:20 PM
  • Hi, go into the Exchange management Console and expand Server Configuration and choose 'Mailbox' You'll see two tabs WebDAV & Database Management. Choose Database Management and right click on the line 'Mailbox Databse' Click Properties and choose the Limits tab. Here you will find the system default values.

    You can then override these values for specific users if you wish.
    I.T. Manager International House London
    Monday, February 15, 2010 4:41 PM

All replies

  • Hi, go into the Exchange management Console and expand Server Configuration and choose 'Mailbox' You'll see two tabs WebDAV & Database Management. Choose Database Management and right click on the line 'Mailbox Databse' Click Properties and choose the Limits tab. Here you will find the system default values.

    You can then override these values for specific users if you wish.
    I.T. Manager International House London
    Monday, February 15, 2010 4:41 PM
  • Maurice is right but, if you want to get all your databases you can run this command.

    Get-MailboxDatabase | fl StorageGroupName,Name,issuewarningquota,ProhibitSendQuota,ProhibitSendReceiveQuota


    StorageGroupName         : StorageGroup1
    Name                     : Mailbox Database
    IssueWarningQuota        : 1945MB
    ProhibitSendQuota        : 2GB
    ProhibitSendReceiveQuota : 2355MB

    StorageGroupName         : First Storage Group
    Name                     : Mailbox Database
    IssueWarningQuota        : 1945MB
    ProhibitSendQuota        : 2GB
    ProhibitSendReceiveQuota : 2355MB

     

    check out my blog at http://cbfive.com/blog


    Chris cbfive.com

    Monday, February 15, 2010 5:20 PM