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ISCSI NAS For Exchange DB

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Is it safe to place exchange 2010 mailbox databases on an ISCSI NAS running over Gigabit ethernet if a full SAN solution is out of reach budget-wise?

I think it is as long as the necessary redundancies are available and the speeds are up to par but I would like to hear other opinions.
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