Lotus Notes Mail quotas increasing

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Lotus Notes 8
Lotus Notes administration
Lotus Notes Mail Quotas
Hi all. I have 3 policies that we use to register new imcoming users. They are set pretty much identical with one or two little details depending on the user. The quotas are set on all three to 300mb as the starting size. Only one of these policies seems to be effected with issues and when you use it, gives users a 300GB mail size even though the policy CLEARLY states 300mb. We are on 8.02 on the master server and it's clustered to 2 other servers, also on 8.02. The policy in question actually effects yet a 4th server that is not in cluster and can not be due to location. It is replicated daily via the master mail server. I have replaced all of the policies on the master and replicated out. I have replaced the admin4 process db. I can't find the source of the 300GB increase. Should I blow away all adminp db on other servers and replicate a new one out to all or even let the master do it? I can look at all servers and at the policies and they all say 300mb.  At my wits end and any help would be very much appriciated.

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Lotus Notes 8.02
ASKED: April 23, 2010  2:38 PM
UPDATED: April 23, 2010  2:42 PM

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