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Friday, July 30, 2010

Control how often a warning message is sent to users in Exchange 2010

By default, Exchange 2010 sends a warning email to all users every day at 1:00 AM. In the past, I’ve often needed users to be more aware of their utilization. Especially if we were approaching storage capacities. You can create a custom schedule to send more notices throughout the day if needed.
· Open the Exchange Management Console.
· Expand Organization Configuration.
· Click Mailbox.
· Right click the database you want to configure and select Properties.
· Click the Limits tab
· Click Customize
· Configure your notification schedule and then click OK.
· In the drop down box, click Use Custom Schedule.
· Click OK.
To configure the notification schedule with PowerShell by using the –QuotaNotificationSchedule switch with the Set-MailboxDatabase cmdlet. Here is an example
Set-MailboxDatabase –identity “” –QuotaNotificationSchedule “Mon.9:00-Mon.10:00”, “Wed.9:00-Wed.10:00”
The above command will send a notification to all users who need one on both Monday and Wednesday between the hours of 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM.

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