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# How would you know if it is time to perform an offline defrag of your Exchange stores AND HOW WOULD YU PLAN AND DEFRAG

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you need to do offline defrag only when needed.. in some issue like the database size limit exceeding to the max. when you do offline defrag.. it cleans up the white space on the database and hence helps to create large amount of space... this takes a very long time and runs at a speed of 4-5GB /hr
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