Tip

Warning For Mail Database Size

This script will notify users when their database nears the quota set on the
mail file. In the example, quotas are set at 40MB and the user will receive
the warning when their database is 35MB or more. Place the script in the
Design/Other/Database Script, Postopen. Will check size each time the database
is open a give the user a dialog box with an 'OK' if size exceeds limit.

Dim session As New NotesSession
Dim session As New NotesSession
Dim db As NotesDatabase
Dim quota As Long, CurrSize As Double, MaxSize As Double
Set db=session.CurrentDatabase
quota = Round (db.SizeQuota/1000, 2) 'Converts Quota Size to Megabytes
CurrSize = Round (db.Size/1000000, 2) 'Converts DB size to Megabytes
MaxSize = 35 ' Megabytes
If CurrSize> MaxSize Then
'If quota <> 0 Then
'If CurrSize > quota Then
Msgbox "Your mail database is near or exceeds the Corporate " _
& "maximum size of 40Mb. Your mail " _
& "database is " & CurrSize & " Mb and contains " _
& db.AllDocuments.Count & " documents. Please " _
& "remove or archive old messages. If you require " _
& "assistance, please contact the PC Help Desk", 0, _
"Warning..."
'End If
End If


This was first published in November 2000

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