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FastEddie (03-15-05, 12:58 AM)
Is there any way to change this message? If so, how? We have Exchange 5.5
and 2003
From: System Administrator

Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2005 2:00 PM

To: <<UserName>>

Subject: Your mailbox is over its size limit

Importance: High

Your mailbox has exceeded one or more size limits set by your administrator.

Your mailbox size is 200000 KB.

Mailbox size limits:

You will receive a warning when your mailbox reaches 260000 KB.

You may not be able to send or receive new mail until you reduce your
mailbox size. To make more space available, delete any items that you are no
longer using or move them to your personal folder file (.pst). Items in all
of your mailbox folders including the Deleted Items and Sent Items folders
count against your size limit. You must empty the Deleted Items folder after
deleting items or the space will not be freed.

See client Help for more information.
Jim Schwartz (03-15-05, 03:07 AM)
With 2003:

5.5 used to require you paying Microsoft to rewrite the dll and it was
unsupported. The above is not supported by Microsoft either, but at least
you not editing dll's...

Someday they will go through that big pile of FMR's and just write this into
a supported GUI.

"FastEddie" <fasteddie> wrote in message
FastEddie (03-15-05, 11:11 PM)
Thanks Jim!!


"Jim Schwartz" <shamusnc> wrote in message
Jim McBee [MVP Exchange] (03-20-05, 11:29 AM)
Well, I *thought* I had written a publicly accessible article on how to do
this. You need a DLL editing tool. I wrote about this in a book I wrote
last year. If you know someone that has Exchange 2003 24seven, I included
the instructions to do this. (I usually don't try to push my own book in
the newsgroups, but I don't know where else it is documented.) The RL
Toolkit can be found at
. Get it soon, because
I think Microsoft is going to pull their FTP server. The editor you want is
the RLQuikEd.exe program.

Doing this does require editing the MDBSZ.DLL, though it is not rocket
science (and you don't need to contract with MCS), each time you apply an
update or a service pack, it may be updated. Plus, if you have some sort
of weird problem with your Exchange Server, PSS is going to ask you to put
the original version back in place while you troubleshoot your problem.
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