One or more rules could not uploaded to Exchange server and deactivated

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I have a pair of regulations organized before now and then in the present day I required to insert one more, however while saving the regulation I obtain the error that I do not have a sufficient gap for that. Immediately I see my mailbox and I have an adequate gap left in my mailbox.

How can I resolve an Outlook issue to keep this regulation?

The complete error is this;

This could be because some of the parameters are not supported or there is insufficient space to store all your rules.

"One or more rules could not be uploaded to Exchange server and have been deactivated.

This could be because some of the parameters are not supported or there is insufficient space to store all your rules."

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Best Answer by Alexander Dubson
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One or more rules could not uploaded to Exchange server and deactivated

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Greetings Collen J Fix,

Well this could be the cause of numerous things and after googling the best advice I can give you is to read about this at the following website: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886616.

Try out different options and solutions Microsoft staff suggest there. I'm sorry, but without any further information I can't help you more.

Hope this helps you,

Regards.

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One or more rules could not uploaded to Exchange server and deactivated

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This issue happens due to a lack of space in the rules for mailbox. There is a pre-establish limit on them.

Assuming you don’t want to meddle with the currently existing rules, one way of diminishing the size that they occupy is by changing their respective names to shorter strings of text. This will free up some space.

Another possible way to work around this is to delete all the rules: only do this if you do not need any of the previous rules inputted. You can do so by closing down Outlook and re-running it with “Outlook: /Cleanrules” in the Run function of your operating system.

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