Exchange Store does not seem to go to 75 GB

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Exchange 2003
Exchange 2003 defragmentation
Exchange 2003 information store
Exchange defragmentation
Exchange Server information store
Exchange Server store size limit
We run Exchange 2003 standard and have changed the registry entries to increase our Stores to 75 GB. We got a warning at 22GB that the store had less than 1GB left. We dumpped a bout 8GB of user mail to PST files and ran a offline defrag and checked event viewer 1221 after online defrag and still it won't go past 22 GB. Why won't the store go further ?
ASKED: November 10, 2008  5:49 AM
UPDATED: February 1, 2012  8:45 AM

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Any hard disk drive or storage devices don’t have the exact storage capacity as indicated on their labels. It might be less than 1 gigabyte because the reduced storage are reserved for other functions and efficiency of the hard disk drive. It is not advisable to store data and make the hard disk drive full.

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