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  • 1. Domain/Mailbox/SMTP address space migration
    Hi, Firstly I apologize for posting what I am sure is an old message but I need some guidance. I currently have two domains in two seperate countries, one in England where the company has an address space of company.co.uk and one in Ireland with an address space of company.ie I have established a trust between the two domains and now need to collapse the two exchange organizations and AD's into one. I am proposing to do the following: Use ADMT to migrate user accounts to the English domain under a Ireland OU Use Mailmig to migrate the exchange mailboxes to the migrated accounts (Is this as simple as that - does mailmig use sids to determine the correct account to migrate the mailbox to (I shall be migrating sidhistory) - do I need to create new mailboxes in the English domain first?) The main issue I have is the namespace issue, I believe I shall use a custom attribute to create a recipient policy for these users to add the company.ie name space to their accounts, but how can I make sure that during the move any new mail goes to their migrated account rather than their original account? Any help would really be appreciated..
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  • 3. Users' email addresses not updated after changing Recipient Po
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Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby ZGVzcGVyYXRlIG1l » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 12:10:00 GMT

Dear gurus,

I have a problem with my Windows Server SBS 2003 that I could not receive 
large emails ( ~4MB) when I set the Receiving message size as 20MB. 

The bounce back message is:

Technical details of permanent failure:
PERM_FAILURE: SMTP Error (state 16): 552 Request not completed, exceeded 
storage allocation

Would you please kindly help me out?

Thank you very much.
Desperate me.

Re: Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby deji » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 14:51:54 GMT

I don't think the error is coming from the receivesizelimit settings. It 
looks like the recipient's mailbox size is reached. What happens if you 
send, say a ~5KB mail to the same recipient? I'd double-check your mailbox 
size limit settings.

Deji








Re: Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby ZGVzcGVyYXRlIG1l » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:12:03 GMT

deji , thank you your response. However, I didn't specify any storage limit 
to the mailbox though. Besides, I can receive an email of 2.5MB. 

In addition, I specified Receiving message size limit to be 20480 KB on 
Message Delivery Properties, under Global Settings. Would there be anywhere I 
can check to verify my settings, please?

Thank you very much.








Re: Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby deji » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:15:27 GMT

OK, what happens if you set it to unlimited? Does this happen only on 
specific attachments?

Deji











Re: Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby ZGVzcGVyYXRlIG1l » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:48:01 GMT

Well, I just tried to set no limit on it, but it didn't help. I got the same 
bounced back. :(












Re: Cannot receive email smaller than size limit

Postby ZGVzcGVyYXRlIG1l » Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:58:02 GMT

btw, I tried to send that attachment in another format(.doc), but it didn't 
seem to help. I still got the same bounced back. Thank you very much.













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