You can configure some Google AppSync features by modifying the Windows registry. This needs to be done on each computer where you want the new setting to take effect. Users can do this themselves if they’re comfortable with working in the registry. Otherwise, you, the domain administrator, should make these changes for them.
You can limit the size of a user’s mailbox to a specific number of megabytes. This value also includes the size of delegated mailboxes that can be accessed. When you implement this registry key, the mailbox size limit options aren’t available.
Add the following registry key—HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Google Apps Sync\EmailSync
Modify HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Google Apps Sync\EmailSync by adding the following DWORD value:
- DWORD value name—MaxStorePstSizeMegaBytes
- DWORD value data—Enter the number of megabytes that you want as the maximum size of the mailbox.
Note: You must set the DWORD value to decimal before specifying the number of megabytes.