If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. mailboxes from Exchange Server 2010 to 2013 we can turn our attention to the public folder migration.I do not get any emails warning me that I am over mailbox size.I just get this message popping up at the top of Outlook saying I am over mailbox size but that definitely is not the case. This increase to a 50GB mailbox per user benefits Exchange Online and Office 365 service plans, including: Exchange Online Plan 1, Office 365 Small Business, Midsize Business, Enterprise E1, Government G1, and Education A1.Customers with a premium service plan (Exchange Online Plan 2, Office 365 Enterprise E3 and E4, Government G3 and G4, Education A3 and A4), already enjoy unlimited e-mail storage through personal archive, but now the default primary mailbox size is increasing to 50GB.Customers don't need to do anything to take advantage of this new mailbox size as mailbox sizes will automatically be increased.This increase has already started and continues through November.
It has maybe 200 MB worth of stuff out of a 1 GB quota.
Outlook is an adequate solution for quickly browsing a mailbox to extract items to a PST file, but it’s not designed to import gigabytes of data—nor is it scriptable or programmable by the average administrator who simply wants to extract user data to satisfy a request for information.
Skilled programmers can use the Outlook Object Model (OOM) to extract data, but the necessary code often isn’t available when you need it.
Standard: For small Exchange deployments (1-5 Mailbox Databases) and for non mailbox role servers in larger Exchange deployments.
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