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Overcoming the Exchange server 2000 mail store size limitation

Posted on 2007-03-23
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I have a small company that has exchange 2000. They have around 25 employees all with email accounts on the exchange server 2000 box. They have reached their 16gb mail store capacity. I need to know if there is a solution to overcome the 16gb limitation. This is needed urgently.

Thanks for any and all help !!

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Hi,
Have you tired the following:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813051

It seems you can only up the datbase by 1 GIG. I would suggest asking users to achive there data to there local storage area such as 'my documents' which will then reduce the amount of staorage in Exchange or i would suggest upgrading to exchange enterprise edition and server 2003.

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