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database limitaion - 16.Nov.2009 4:22:48 AM   
nnmmss

 

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i have exchange server 2003(sp2). as i know there is limitation in database size which is about 70GB.

now my question is that what if my database size reaches to that size,what is the solution, my company has about 130 users,so averagelly they could have 500 MB limitation.
i need to  know  any solution for this case

thank you
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RE: database limitaion - 16.Nov.2009 4:01:49 PM   
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Hi,

The solution is create more then one storage group which will split the db files.

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RE: database limitaion - 19.Nov.2009 4:24:03 AM   
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ok suppose i have reached the limit of database and i have enterprise edition. so i have add a new MailBox Store. i have about 100 mailbox on Storage No:1, by adding the Storage No:2 what happens if 1- one of  the existed account gets email?2- i create a new email account? all email should be stored in STorage no:2?

Should add Storage Group or new Mailbox Store in existing Storage Group?thank you

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RE: database limitaion - 19.Nov.2009 2:19:36 PM   
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Enterprise edition has unlimited room for database. No need to create SG unnecessarily. Talking about 70GB its standed edition....

and it is 75 GB and once it reaches 75 GB you cannot do anything as per microsoft..


Moreover this is for Exchange 2010. Please post you queries in 2003...

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RE: database limitaion - 19.Nov.2009 3:06:15 PM   
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You cannot have more than 1 DB with 2003 Standard.

You will need to set quotas for your users so that you prevent the store reaching the limit and combine this with retention policies if possible OR upgrade to Exchange 2010 where there are no hard limits and you have support for multiple databases \ better archiving facilities etc.

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RE: database limitaion - 21.Nov.2009 5:54:18 AM   
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I try my level best to make it everything correct in the database limitation. It will definitely helps me a lot to make everything right in a perfect way. Thanks for sharing it with database limitation. It will create a better impact there.

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RE: database limitaion - 22.Nov.2009 2:15:04 PM   
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here is a great discussion man thanks buddy.

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