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    Exchange Attributes

    Hi all

    Is it possible to apply Exchange (2003) attributes to more than one user at a time? It's probabaly really easy and I am betting I have completely looked over something.

    For example: In the Exchange Active Directory Users and Computers snap in, the properties of a single user will allow me to change the storage limitations (what I am trying to do), however selecting more than one user gets rid of all of the exchange specific tabs.

    I don't want to apply the new limits to the default policy as I want to create seperate storage and sending limits to different groups of staff/students.

    Thanks

    Tom

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    Re: Exchange Attributes

    You can't do this in the way that you are trying to. You need to create Recipient Policies in Exchange System Manager to do this.

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