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Exchange 2007: Mailbox's STATUS

Posted on 2010-09-09
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1) This is related to the Exchange 2007
2) This is related to the Mailbox (Navigate to EMC>Server Configuration)
3) The mailbox's status: Should be mounted
4) My questions: i)What does the meaning of "should be mounted"? (Mounting to what? would you explain a little bit with your own wording please); ii) If it is not "mounted"; what should we do? Restart the CAS ("Client Access Server")?; please explain
5) Thank you

tjie
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This status should either be "Mounted" which means the database is online and any mailboxes associated with the database are accessible
"Dismounted" means the opposite of mounted :)

i would refresh the window
if the status doesn't change, i would right click and select mount
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