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If my SharePoint 2007 index is 12 gigabytes in size now, how much larger could I expect it to be if I turn on PDF file extensions so SharePoint starts indexing these files? We have installed the IFilter for PDF, but just haven't turn on the PDF file extension to start searching for them. We have a lot of PDF files, but currently none of them show up during searches.
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You migth want to have a read throguh this article:

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joelo/archive/2006/12/29/search-and-index-sizing-and-planning-real-world-data-from-msweb.aspx

How much content have you got or are you planning to have?
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