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    Hi ,

    Wonder if you guys know anything about this,

    I have the user who experiencing the issue with removing the appointment that have been created on her own mailbox.

    Error from Outlook Web Access – You’ve exceeded the storage limit for your mailbox. Delete some items from your mailbox.

    Error from Outlook 2010 – Some items cannot be deleted. they were either moved or already deleted or access was denied.

    Mailbox size is currently 323MB
    Maximum size limit for mailbox database is 900MB

    When I run PS command , here is what I get
    Get-MailboxFolderStatistics -Identity “user” -folderscope Calendar

    FolderType : Calendar
    ItemsInFolder : 4627
    DeletedItemsInFolder : 0
    FolderSize : 66.97 MB (70,220,014 bytes)
    ItemsInFolderAndSubfolders : 4627
    DeletedItemsInFolderAndSubfolders : 0
    FolderAndSubfolderSize : 66.97 MB (70,220,014 bytes)
    OldestItemReceivedDate :
    NewestItemReceivedDate :
    OldestDeletedItemReceivedDate :
    NewestDeletedItemReceivedDate :
    OldestItemLastModifiedDate :
    NewestItemLastModifiedDate :
    OldestDeletedItemLastModifiedDate :
    NewestDeletedItemLastModifiedDate :
    ManagedFolder :
    TopSubject :
    TopSubjectSize : 0 B (0 bytes)
    TopSubjectCount : 0
    TopSubjectClass :
    TopSubjectPath :
    TopSubjectReceivedTime :
    TopSubjectFrom :
    TopClientInfoForSubject :
    TopClientInfoCountForSubject : 0

    I even checked in “Mailbox Size Restrictions”. As the result there is NO Size restriction for this user.

    When trying to move the current mailbox database via the Exchange Console. I also got this error
    – Mailbox dumpster size 30GB exceeds targets quota 30GB.

    Can anyone please assist me this ?

    Many Thanks

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