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manyhats

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Is there a limit to the amount of rules you can use to filter messages when using Outlook/KOF 2010? The have an issue with Exchange where they ran out of space in the default 64KB limit and had to ahve it extended to 256KB on Exchange. They are really interested in running Kerio but need to have alot of rules to filter a general box to the correct people/folders.
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I don't know the answer directly to your question, but at the server level they would be able to setup either Groups or Alias that could be used to direct emails to multiple people, and there is no limits on that. So things like info<a>here.com could go to John and Jane, while problems<a>here.com could go to Bob and Debra.

You are still using Outlook, so you would still have any limitations that Outlook itself has. They want to reevaluate how they are doing what ever it is they are doing with the filters.
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manyhats

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Thank you MarKK. I am almost positive the rule size limit is with Exchange and not Outlook. So no Exchange, no problem. Smile

And yes, we are working on slowly retraining them on how to best handle their email. The biggest thing is teaching them the Outlook is not a document storage program. 5 users have almost 100GB of email, the worst I have seen so far...
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