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Where do I specify the physical location of the data store for Exchange Server 5.5?  I have a folder called c:\ExchSrvr, but I am out of hard disk space and want to move it to d:\ExchSrvr.
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There are two database files: priv.mdb and pub.mdb that are under c:\exchsrvr\mdbdata folder.  You will need to run Microsoft Exchange Optimizer to move those database files to different location ( D:\ or F:\ , etc.). Go to Start \ Programs\ Microsoft Exchange \Microsoft Exchange Optimizer .
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Awesome!  Thanks!
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