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Exchange 2010 SP1 with multi-tenant support hardware requirements

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Hi guys,

Can anyone recommend a good server platform spec (cpu, ram, storage) for a roll-out of an Exchange 2010 SP1 server to be used for commercial email hosting service?

I am aware of the advantages that SP2 is promising, however waiting for its release in not an option.

Thank you in advance,

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also, approx. licencing costs if possible
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This really depends on the expected usage, number of users, average mailbox size, heavy vs light users, activesync enabled, database redundancy,etc

I'd recommend you fill in this information on the Exchange 2010 role calculator to find out how much CPU power, RAM, and storage is recommended.

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