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Our Exchange EDB is to large and keeps crashing, so we created another exchange database and moved a few mailboxes over.  About 5 Gigs worth.  However the size of the first edb is not shrinking at all.  Even after a reboot.  Is there a reason or a way to shrink the size of the old edb?
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