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Exchange 2013 Sizing for Public Folders - 5.Sep.2014 11:02:48 AM   
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I'm in the process of trying to determine the correct server configuration
for Exchange 2013. I have read the article "Exchange 2013 Sizing Cheat
Sheet", and I have used the Exchange 2013 Server Role Requirements
Calculator to size up what I need. The only question that comes to mind is
how to factor in the current amount of data I have in our Exchange 2003
Public Folders. I didn't see anything in the calculator about that specifically.
Is there some way to factor in what I need for disk space for Public Folders into
the calculator or do I simply add additional capacity to the drive volume that will
hold the database? I'm also wondering how much overhead having a lot (about 75 GB.worth)
of Public Folder data is going to be added to the Exchange server and if
that will affect memory and CPU requirements. I haven't really
been able to find any info on this, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
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