Exchange requirements formula

Hi guys,

What is a good tool from MS or other places to calculate the Exchange requrement based on number of users, mailboxes, public folders, redundancy, locations, etc.
I remember I've see one from MS like in Excel formula.

Please advice.
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Tiras25Asked:
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Tiras25Author Commented:
Yes that..  Are there other ones?  Like more on a larger scale like how many DAGs needed based on the specific environment.   Number of databased, stores, etc.
Or is it all subjective opinions?
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sunnyc7Commented:
That's MSFT recommended. No other version required IMHO.
That version is updated also.

it's pretty elaborate and detailed and I havent found a better one.
PS: the default values in the XL sheet starts at 24,000 mailboxes.

I dont think its subjective opinion @ MSFT sizing.
It's thoroughly tested and recommended by MSFT PFE's also.

thanks
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