Managing public folder quota limits in Exchange Server 2010

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Trying to take off quota limits for public folders. Rather than individually going through one by one, I'd love to know the approach I should take using the CLI.
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Storage quotas are size limits you can impose on your users’ mailboxes. They can be configured through the Exchange Management Console or Shell and the properties option for the database for a group of mailboxes

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  • Genderhayes
    Determine the mailbox size that you will allocate to your users The mailbox size is used with other sizing parameters to determine, amongst other things, how much storage your solution will require. Allowing users to exceed their mailbox storage quotas may well lead to bigger issues later, such as disk space exhaustion on the partition housing the mailbox database
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  • andrewdixon
    The powershell script to set publicfolder quota(say 200MB) is-

    Set-MailPublicFolder -Identity "\publicfolder name" -SendStorageQuota 200MB
    Also, you can refer to -
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb232173(v=exchg.141).aspx

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