Exchange 2010 Shell Command to Remove Quota Limits for Mailbox

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Remove Quota Limits for Mailbox – Exchange

The entering of the command and the resulting output (just a blank line) is done through the Exchange 2010 Shell

In this example, the jounaling mailbox will have any email limitations or quotas removed. This same command can be applied to other user mailboxes as well of course. You can also use the same command to place a limit, just replace unlimited with a number.

Set-Mailbox "journaling" -UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults $false -IssueWarningQuota unlimited -ProhibitSendQuota unlimited -ProhibitSendReceiveQuota unlimited

You can copy and paste the command line code and change the name to one of your user accounts or mailboxes and apply it in the shell.

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