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How to increase 50 gig storage limit in Exchange 2007 using registry edit?

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Seems our database is nearing the 50 gig limit.  I saw that there's a way to increase this limit with SP1 and a registry edit, but cannot find this now.  Does anyone know how to increase 50 gig storage limit in Exchange 2007 using the registry edit?  Thanks.
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Darius, the problem with this link is that the registry key the article points to is for 2003.  Not sure that this would be the same for 2007, and don't want to experiment on a production server.
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The key is the same
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This link is for Exchange 2007:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb218316(EXCHG.80).aspx

By the way, the registry location is the same. Also, SP1 will automatically increase the limit to 250 GB.

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