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Jannick MallingJannick Malling 

Hourly limit exceeded for processing workflow time triggers

Hi,

I'm getting the following mail alert from you:

Your organization (CFH Company) has reached its hourly limit for processing workflow time triggers. Processing will resume in the next hour. For information on application limits, see the salesforce.com online help.

Questions:
- What ORG ID is this for? We have several.
- How can I potentially increase the limit for processing hours?

Thanks,
Jannick

Charan VuyyuruCharan Vuyyuru
Log a case to Salesforce.com for Increaing the limit.


Organisation ID can be found in the

Setup-->Administration Setup-->Company Profile-->Company Information



Every Organisation has their own ID.
With the help of this Salesforce Enables or Enhances the features.



Regards,

Charan 
Marco (werewolf) CasalainaMarco (werewolf) Casalaina
1.  The notification won't tell you, but if I were you I'd look at Setup | Administration Setup | Monitoring | Time-Based Workflow for each of your orgs.  One of them is going to be full to the brim with time-triggered actions.  That's the likely culprit.
2.  I'm not sure you can, but contact your Salesforce.com AE.

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Michael RitenourMichael Ritenour
Good point by werewolfbut I discovered in Monitoring | Time-Based Workflow, working in our sandbox that didn't need to enter a criteria, just search with no criteria and they all come up, and lists what object, for example 'opportunity' they are running on, then you can check all the workflows running on the opportunity object.