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Microsoft Exchange 2003 Standard 75GB maximum

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Hi Experts.,

Can someone tell me which database this 75GB maximum applies to? There are two databases/files that it looks like are being backed up (NT Backup):

..\ExchSrvr\mdbdata\priv1.edb (currently at 53GB)

and,

..\ExchSrvr\mdbdata\priv1.stm (currently at 16GB)

Does the limit apply to both combined or only one of the two?

Thanks!
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The limit applies to the combination of them both.
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Thank you.
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