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Are there any archiving solutions anyone would recommend that are bargain basement, for a Small Business Server 2003 computer running Exchange Server 2003?  My client's Exchange database is now at 50GB, so I need to start researching some ways of archiving stuff off there in a way which gives 'near line' retrieval if necessary.
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Thank you, that looks like just the ticket!  Mark
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