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Conflicting information in regards to Exchange Server 2003 Mailbox Manager results.

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I have a small email organization. Currently the size of my exchange database is 37 gb and change. When I run a Recipient Policy to determine how much data is in users "deleted Items" folder. This is the report I get:

The Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox Manager has completed processing mailboxes
Started at:      2008-10-13 12:05:14
Stopped at:      2008-10-13 12:05:19
Mailboxes processed:      65
Messages that would be moved or deleted:      28070
Size of messages that would be moved or deleted:      200208.82 MB


Now, I was never a mathematician, however, isn't the last line just a bit over 37GB? Why would that be reported that way?
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Please check the mad.exe version on your Exchange server and if its older than the version given in this KB, apply the hotfix.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/895178

-Amit
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I have file version 6.5.7638.1. So it appears to be a newer version than the one in the hotfix.
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Here is the hotfix for you ->
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910035
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Applied the hotfix, made no changes to the results.
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