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Measuring Exchange 2007 capacity

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Hello

Our environment is Exchange 2007 SP2 with CCR nodes.

We have seperate servers for MBX, CAS, HT etc.

I would like to know if we are performing well within our capacity, if we can add more mailboxes, how many more mailboxes we can add to each MBX server etc.

Does anyone know how to measure this?
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