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On Windows Small Business server 2003, can you configure multiple mailbox stores?
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if it is Exchange enterprise edition then yes, if it is Exchange standard then no.
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well. SBS 2003 has standard version of Exchange 2003, so the answer would be, no you cannot create more than 1 mailbox store and 1 public folder store.
but you can apply SP2 for exchange 2003 to increase the store size to 75GB
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