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exchange 2010 sp1 kullanıcı mailbox boyutu RRS feed

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  • merhaba arkadaşlar exchange 2010 sp1 kullanıyorum.

    kullanıcıların default mailbox boyutları ne kadardır acaba birde bu değerleri nerden değiştirebilirim.

    emc de bulamadım.

    teşekkür ederim...
    29 Nisan 2011 Cuma 07:55

Yanıtlar

  • Configure Storage Quotas for a Mailbox

     

    Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1 

    Topic Last Modified: 2009-10-21 

    This topic explains how to use the Exchange Management Console (EMC) or the Exchange Management Shell to configure mailbox storage quotas for a mailbox. Storage quotas allow administrators to control the size of mailboxes and manage the growth of mailbox databases.

     Note:

    Storage quotas can also be configured on a per-database basis. The quotas configured for a mailbox database apply to all mailboxes in that database, unless the mailbox is configured to not use mailbox database defaults. For details, see Configure Mailbox Database Properties.

    When a mailbox size reaches or exceeds a specified storage quota limit, Exchange sends a descriptive notification to the mailbox owner.

    Looking for other management tasks related to user mailboxes? Check out Managing User Mailboxes.

     Use the EMC to configure storage quotas for a mailbox

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Recipient Provisioning Permissions" section in the Mailbox Permissions topic.

    1. In the console tree, navigate to Recipient Configuration > Mailbox.
    2. In the result pane, select the mailbox user for whom you want to configure storage quotas.
    3. In the action pane, under the mailbox user's name, click Properties.
    4. In <Mailbox User Name> Properties, click the Mailbox Settings tab.
    5. Click Storage Quotas, and then click Properties.
    6. In Storage Quotas, clear the Use mailbox database defaults check box, and then complete the following fields:
      • Issue warning at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify the maximum storage limit in kilobytes (KB) before a warning is issued to the mailbox user. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the value specified, Exchange sends a warning message to the mailbox user.
      • Prohibit send at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify a prohibit send limit in KB for the mailbox. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the specified limit, Exchange prevents the mailbox user from sending new messages and displays a descriptive error message.
      • Prohibit send and receive at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify a prohibit send and receive limit in KB for the mailbox. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the specified limit, Exchange prevents the mailbox user from sending new messages and won't deliver any new messages to the mailbox. Any messages sent to the mailbox are returned to the sender with a descriptive error message.
    7. Click OK to return to the Mailbox Settings tab.
    8. Click OK.

     Use the Shell to configure storage quotas for a mailbox

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Recipient Provisioning Permissions" section in the Mailbox Permissions topic.

    This example sets the warning, prohibit send, and prohibit send and receive limits for John Smith's mailbox to 200 megabytes (MB), 250 MB, and 280 MB respectively.

    Note:

    To make sure that the custom settings for the mailbox are used rather than the mailbox database defaults, you must set the UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults parameter to $false.

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    Set-Mailbox -Identity jsmith@contoso.com -IssueWarningQuota 209715200 -ProhibitSendQuota 262144000 -ProhibitSendReceiveQuota 293601280 -UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults $false

     

     

     

     

    Modify a Database Size Limit

     

    Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1

    Topic Last Modified: 2010-07-20

    You can use Registry Editor to modify a database size limit in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. The default database size limit for Exchange 2010 Standard Edition is 1024 gigabytes (GB). There is no default database size limit for the Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition. The Exchange store checks any database size limits periodically and dismounts a database when the size limit is reached. You can modify the database size limit by adding or changing a value in the registry.

    Note:

    When you change this setting, this change is propagated to all servers that host a copy of this database.

    Looking for other management tasks related to mailbox databases? Check out Managing Mailbox Databases.

     Use Registry Editor to Modify a Database Size Limit

    If you change the size limit of your Exchange databases, you may want to evaluate your Exchange database backup and restore plan. Specifically, if you increase the size limit of the Exchange databases, test your backup and recovery operations using the new database size limits to make sure that you can still meet your service level agreements (SLAs).

    Caution:

    Incorrectly editing the registry can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Problems resulting from editing the registry incorrectly may not be able to be resolved. Before editing the registry, back up any valuable data.

    1. Start Registry Editor (regedit).
    2. Locate the following registry subkey:
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIS\<Server Name>\Private-<database GUID>

    Note:

    You can get the GUID of a database by running the following command in the Exchange Management Shell: Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "<database name>" | Format-Table Name, GUID

    1. If the Database Size Limit in GB DWORD exists for the subkey, change its value to the desired size in gigabytes.
    2. If the Database Size Limit in GB DWORD doesn't exist for the subkey, create a new DWORD with that name, and then set its value to the desired size in gigabytes.

     


    Netpro Computer Co.
    • Yanıt Olarak İşaretleyen Serkan Bark 3 Mayıs 2011 Salı 07:56
    29 Nisan 2011 Cuma 11:11
  • merhabalar

    he kullanıcının mailbox boyutları bağlı olduğu database'den gelir ve standart olarak 2 GB civarındadır. (tam 2 GB değildir).

    eğer database üzerinde düzenleme yaparsanız oluşturacağınız kullanıcılar da otomatik olarak o şekilde boyut düzenlemesi yapılır.

    database özelliklerine giderseniz orada Limits sekmesini göreceksiniz.

    aşağıdaki makaleleri inceleyebilirsiniz ;

    http://www.cozumpark.com/blogs/exchangeserver/archive/2009/06/27/exchange-server-2010-veritabani-yonetimi.aspx

    http://www.cozumpark.com/blogs/exchangeserver/archive/2009/06/06/exchange-server-2010-kullan-c-_3101_slemleri.aspx

    Ayrıca çözümpark üzerinde konu hakkında fazla sayıda makale ve video da mevcuttur.

    kolay gelsin


    Mumin CICEK | www.cozumpark.com
    • Yanıt Olarak İşaretleyen Serkan Bark 3 Mayıs 2011 Salı 07:56
    1 Mayıs 2011 Pazar 06:14

Tüm Yanıtlar

  • Configure Storage Quotas for a Mailbox

     

    Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1 

    Topic Last Modified: 2009-10-21 

    This topic explains how to use the Exchange Management Console (EMC) or the Exchange Management Shell to configure mailbox storage quotas for a mailbox. Storage quotas allow administrators to control the size of mailboxes and manage the growth of mailbox databases.

     Note:

    Storage quotas can also be configured on a per-database basis. The quotas configured for a mailbox database apply to all mailboxes in that database, unless the mailbox is configured to not use mailbox database defaults. For details, see Configure Mailbox Database Properties.

    When a mailbox size reaches or exceeds a specified storage quota limit, Exchange sends a descriptive notification to the mailbox owner.

    Looking for other management tasks related to user mailboxes? Check out Managing User Mailboxes.

     Use the EMC to configure storage quotas for a mailbox

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Recipient Provisioning Permissions" section in the Mailbox Permissions topic.

    1. In the console tree, navigate to Recipient Configuration > Mailbox.
    2. In the result pane, select the mailbox user for whom you want to configure storage quotas.
    3. In the action pane, under the mailbox user's name, click Properties.
    4. In <Mailbox User Name> Properties, click the Mailbox Settings tab.
    5. Click Storage Quotas, and then click Properties.
    6. In Storage Quotas, clear the Use mailbox database defaults check box, and then complete the following fields:
      • Issue warning at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify the maximum storage limit in kilobytes (KB) before a warning is issued to the mailbox user. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the value specified, Exchange sends a warning message to the mailbox user.
      • Prohibit send at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify a prohibit send limit in KB for the mailbox. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the specified limit, Exchange prevents the mailbox user from sending new messages and displays a descriptive error message.
      • Prohibit send and receive at (KB)   Use this check box and use the corresponding text box to specify a prohibit send and receive limit in KB for the mailbox. The value range is from 0 through 2,147,483,647 KB. If the mailbox size reaches or exceeds the specified limit, Exchange prevents the mailbox user from sending new messages and won't deliver any new messages to the mailbox. Any messages sent to the mailbox are returned to the sender with a descriptive error message.
    7. Click OK to return to the Mailbox Settings tab.
    8. Click OK.

     Use the Shell to configure storage quotas for a mailbox

    You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure. To see what permissions you need, see the "Recipient Provisioning Permissions" section in the Mailbox Permissions topic.

    This example sets the warning, prohibit send, and prohibit send and receive limits for John Smith's mailbox to 200 megabytes (MB), 250 MB, and 280 MB respectively.

    Note:

    To make sure that the custom settings for the mailbox are used rather than the mailbox database defaults, you must set the UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults parameter to $false.

    Copy Code

    Set-Mailbox -Identity jsmith@contoso.com -IssueWarningQuota 209715200 -ProhibitSendQuota 262144000 -ProhibitSendReceiveQuota 293601280 -UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults $false

     

     

     

     

    Modify a Database Size Limit

     

    Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1

    Topic Last Modified: 2010-07-20

    You can use Registry Editor to modify a database size limit in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. The default database size limit for Exchange 2010 Standard Edition is 1024 gigabytes (GB). There is no default database size limit for the Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition. The Exchange store checks any database size limits periodically and dismounts a database when the size limit is reached. You can modify the database size limit by adding or changing a value in the registry.

    Note:

    When you change this setting, this change is propagated to all servers that host a copy of this database.

    Looking for other management tasks related to mailbox databases? Check out Managing Mailbox Databases.

     Use Registry Editor to Modify a Database Size Limit

    If you change the size limit of your Exchange databases, you may want to evaluate your Exchange database backup and restore plan. Specifically, if you increase the size limit of the Exchange databases, test your backup and recovery operations using the new database size limits to make sure that you can still meet your service level agreements (SLAs).

    Caution:

    Incorrectly editing the registry can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Problems resulting from editing the registry incorrectly may not be able to be resolved. Before editing the registry, back up any valuable data.

    1. Start Registry Editor (regedit).
    2. Locate the following registry subkey:
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIS\<Server Name>\Private-<database GUID>

    Note:

    You can get the GUID of a database by running the following command in the Exchange Management Shell: Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity "<database name>" | Format-Table Name, GUID

    1. If the Database Size Limit in GB DWORD exists for the subkey, change its value to the desired size in gigabytes.
    2. If the Database Size Limit in GB DWORD doesn't exist for the subkey, create a new DWORD with that name, and then set its value to the desired size in gigabytes.

     


    Netpro Computer Co.
    • Yanıt Olarak İşaretleyen Serkan Bark 3 Mayıs 2011 Salı 07:56
    29 Nisan 2011 Cuma 11:11
  • merhabalar

    he kullanıcının mailbox boyutları bağlı olduğu database'den gelir ve standart olarak 2 GB civarındadır. (tam 2 GB değildir).

    eğer database üzerinde düzenleme yaparsanız oluşturacağınız kullanıcılar da otomatik olarak o şekilde boyut düzenlemesi yapılır.

    database özelliklerine giderseniz orada Limits sekmesini göreceksiniz.

    aşağıdaki makaleleri inceleyebilirsiniz ;

    http://www.cozumpark.com/blogs/exchangeserver/archive/2009/06/27/exchange-server-2010-veritabani-yonetimi.aspx

    http://www.cozumpark.com/blogs/exchangeserver/archive/2009/06/06/exchange-server-2010-kullan-c-_3101_slemleri.aspx

    Ayrıca çözümpark üzerinde konu hakkında fazla sayıda makale ve video da mevcuttur.

    kolay gelsin


    Mumin CICEK | www.cozumpark.com
    • Yanıt Olarak İşaretleyen Serkan Bark 3 Mayıs 2011 Salı 07:56
    1 Mayıs 2011 Pazar 06:14