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Exchange 2007 store limit

What is the limit of the information store in Exchange 2007 when it is part of SBS 2008 64bit? I think the current service pack is SP1
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mkrh09
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ShareefHuddleCommented:
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MegaNuk3Commented:
You don't want it over 100Gb unless you have it in LCR/CCR/SCR in which 200Gb is OK
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Viral RathodConsultantCommented:
Since you are asking about limit of the information store then the answer is "The default size for Standard in RTM is 50 GB, and in SP1 is 250 GB.(SP1 changes the default settings to 250GB)

The hard limit is 16384 GB (16 TB)  ,means you can expand the database size up to 16 TB .but 16 TB database size would be impractical to backup/restore, so would hardly be recommended.


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mkrh09Author Commented:
Thanks for the replies, what is LCR/CCR/SCR?
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MegaNuk3Commented:
CR = Continous Replication I.e. Making a Continous copy of your database to another location
L = local
C = cluster
S = standby (replicating to another non clustered exchange mailbox server)
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Viral RathodConsultantCommented:
Please review my blog ,This will give you some more information.

http://viralr.wordpress.com/lcr/
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