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Sizing in Exchange 2010

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Team- can someone guide us about sizing in Exchange 2010 SP3 server.
(Current mailboxes-500, Total Databases-4 in DAG Environment.)
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Thanks for sharing articles...For information, we have two Exchange 2010 server with Multi-role (CAS-HUB & MBX) on both the servers. Now we are planning to implement 3rd one.

Is there any tool/calculator to find out demand/requirement for CPU, Memory & Disk (Storage) for new server on basis of existing mailboxes/databases size.
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Here is a link to the official Microsoft Exchange 2010 sizing calculator. It is an Excel worksheet. Goes into a lot of detail, including IOPs.

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Exchange-2010-Mailbox-Server-Role-
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