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netware 3.12 and moving ms mail/exchange files

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On a netware 3.12 server with a sys and vol2, the sys is limited in space. I want to move e-mail users created in ms mail/exchange from the sys volume to the vol2 hard drive without having to modify each users settings in syscon.
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Exchange uses the sys volume by default. If you move them you will cause major problems. Tread lightly.

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If you set up using the default of mapping a search drive M: to msmail directory then you should be able to remap M: in system login script to vol2 and everything should be ok.  

Alternatively you could add new drive and add to sys: volume.

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