Hosting Chat Communities

Set the Output Saturation Limit

The output saturation limit is the maximum amount of data that the chat server can buffer for a client before the server drops the client connection. An output saturation limit allows you to control volume flooding on the chat server.

To control volume flooding on the server by establishing an output saturation limit:

  1. Start System Manager
    On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click System Manager.
  2. Create a user class for the chat community where you want to set the output saturation limit, or select an existing user class and modify it.
  3. Navigate to the Classes folder.

    Chat Communities

    1. Chat_community_name
    2. Classes
  4. Right-click Classes, and then click Properties.
  5. Click the Settings tab.
  6. In Output saturation limit, type a limit amount. If the data generated by a client exceeds this limit, the chat server disconnects the client.
  7. Note   The default amount for this field is 64 KB.

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