Re: Average Mailbox Limits & Maintenance

  • From: "Devin McBride" <devin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2004 11:34:25 -0700

I tend to vary it from office to office - usually determine it based on a 
combination of things including number of clients in the organization and what 
type of work they do.
 
This is very different for others on the list as some of them have upwards of 
300+ people - as for my clients though I havent yet worked with anyone above 50 
people.
 
For example, I work with one dental office with a total of 30-35 PC's at this 
point...they use Ex2k for the inter office communication aspect of it - I limit 
their mailboxes to 30 megs each as they dont need to keep a long history of 
their mail...one of our law offices though (although roughly the same number of 
clients) need daily access to mail from over the last year, most of them 
containing fairly large attachments, so I allow them as much as needed, some 
around the 500mb mark.
 
My opinion is use some common sense with it - I dont think there is a 
'reasonable' limit...that is something (I believe) you will need to decide 
based on what your organization's needs are.
 
Devin

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give your valuable comments over this


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From: Danny <nocmonkey@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [exchangelist] Average Mailbox Limits & Maintenance


> http://www.MSExchange.org/
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> I am just wondering what everyone has concluded on the reasonable
> limits for users mailboxes in an Exchange 200x envrionment.
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> In addition, how do you educate your users on how to be efficient and
> maintain those limits?
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> Thank you,
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> ..D
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