Quite often, after a computer or laptop has been used for a while, we may need to know what is taking up all of the hard drive space.
An open source command-line utility called ‘du’ allows us to check file and directory sizes.
Here is a little snippet to check the size of the items in the present wording directory (also known as `pwd` ).
du -hs ./*|grep ^\.*[0-9]\.[0-9]*G\.*$|sort -n
You should now have a list of files and folders that are 1 Gigabyte or greater in size.
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To change the default size of allowed emails on Microsoft Exchange 2003.
Open System Manager, go to Global Config area, expand and right click on Message Sending.
Choose the defaults tab where you will be able to adjust both incoming and outgoing size limits.