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Difference between Exchange 2003 Std. and Ent. editions when related to storage options and size?

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Difference between Exchange 2003 Std. and Ent. editions when related to storage options and size?
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Standard - 16GB is the limit for store size. if its SP2 - you can increase it upto 75 GB through registry.
                    You can create only one store here. and one storage group
Enterprise -Unlimited storage. Depends on disk size.
                   You can make multiple stores. can go upto 20 Store and 4 SG. SO 5 SORES PER STORAGE GROUP.
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