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Can anyone tell me what data is actually moved using the move data wizard for exchange?
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the mailbox store database (the EDB) will be moved to the location you specify.
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is that the only thing that will be moved?  Will the logs still be on the orignal location (c drive)?
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I believe it will move the logs and the public folders.
see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc513977(WS.10).aspx
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yeah ive moved it and it looks like it moves everything.

ta
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sorry by everthing imeant logs, public folders and database. ta
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