Microsoft Exchange 2003 : again rule limitation ???

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gicio

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Hi!!

after I create "some" rules in outlook I get an error message:

"One or more rules could not be uploaded to exchange server and have been deactivated.
This could be because some of the parameters are not supported or there is insufficient space to store
all of your rules"

Is there again a 32 k limit on the exchange 2003 for user rules???
At this moment I can create only 62 rules.



regards,



gicio
 

eddie5659

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Hiya

Have a read of this:

I have seen this many times after exmerging in PST's into a new store. Inbox rules are included when the Associated Folder box is checked.
You can use EXMERGE to remove all the rules and then have the users to recreate them.

Check out this link:
XADM: Deleting All Inbox Rules Using the Exmerge Utility

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;262482
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_20612694.html

Does that help?

Regards

eddie
 

gicio

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Thx eddie!!!

but this is not the solution for my problem :(


regards,


gicio
 

eddie5659

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Hmm, may move you to the Networking forum, where you may get more people who use Exchange :)

eddie
 

gicio

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can I set rules only on my local machine??
not on the exchange?


regards,

gicio
 
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