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I have an HP ML350 with three 72gb hard drives running on raid 5.  My C drive is running out of space and my exchange server 2003 program is running on the c drive. Is there any way i can move it to the D or E drive to free up space without having to repartioning my drives. Please help!
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You can move the databases to another drive.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=821915

There will be downtime while you do so.

Simon.
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Thanks for your quilck reply, let me take a look at that, i'll keep you posted.
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Thank you for your help. Everything went smooth. 500 points
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