Is there a way to change the "issue warning" message the users will get when
reaching the set mailbox size in limit. Our users are mostly french and we
would like to modify this warning to a more "understandable" message!
Our Management would like to change ours as well...
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Our Exchange 5.5 server has individual mailbox quotas setup, both
warning and 'do not send' after reaching limits. The server is running
on Windows 2000 with service pack 3. I have not setup quotas for
everyone, just for a few users.
The problem we are having is that no warning is given when a user
crosses the warning limit. Only after a user crosses the 'do not send'
limit does Exchange not allow a user to send email displaying a
message that the mailbox limit has been exceeded.
How can I get Exchange to display a warning message saying that the
mailbox size has grown beyond the 'soft' quota?