Price is too Low

Hello,
When I am getting the below error while processing the MIRO. The error is:
Price too low (below tolerance limit of 1000.00 INR)
Message No: M8084
We have done the changes for Unplanned Deliver cost tolerance limit to unlimited -ve amount but +ve 1000 INR only. I got some of suggestions last time. Thanks for that.
Now they want a different thing. They want the tolerance should be of both the option i.e. 10% of the total value of PO or Rs1000 whichever is less. Can we activate both the option in tolerance?
Please suggest.
SP

Hi Gaurav,
Now the user wants only the warning message. So I had tried OMRM. I got the message 084 details as below:
Online: Error
Batch: Error
Standard: Warning
So I have to change both the Online & Batch from Error to warning or any particular out of them.
Need suggestion.
SP

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