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75GB limit??!!

Posted on 2007-11-16
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hello,

please advise if it is possible to mout more than 1 .edb for my SBS exchange server 2003.

i would like to beat the 75gb limit...

thanks!
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Nope.
If you want more than 75gb or multiple databases then you will have to purchase Enterprise edition or migrate to a new server running Exchange 2007.

Simon.
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RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRR.... ANOTHER REASON TO HATE MICROSOFT!!!!

ok leave the caps....

any idea what enterprise costs with 20 licences?
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You would have to purchase Exchange 2007 Enterprise and use downgrade rights. If you are going to do that I would look at the cost of a new server and an Exchange 2007 standard license. You may find it is cheaper.

Why should you hate Microsoft for imposing a limit? The limit is not new, it was 16gb, which was becoming a joke. You have got the full Exchange product, plus Windows for less than a full copy of Windows - and you want the feature of Enterprise edition to have more databases?

Simon.
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