Can I use MS Exchange Server to limit the amount of storage devoted to individuals' email at my office?

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I need to limit the amount of email each person at my office is allowed to store in their mailboxes. It was unnecessary until now, but with more employees and no limit on mailbox size, it has been getting out of hand recently. We are using Exchange Server for our mail server software. How do I set storage limits for user mailboxes to keep our mailbox database a reasonable size?

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