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  • Exchange server 2003 .pst file storage

    Hi Guys I need to know how does Exchange server 2003 store e-mails eg I have a workstation that is configured to use exchange mail via Outlook 2003, and I need to format it and I can`t see the .pst file from this machine. Is it saved somewhere on Exchange Server. My clients/workstations are running...

    LITParadise15 pointsBadges:
  • How do I increase mailbox storage space in Exchange 5.5?

    How can I increase individual user mail box storage space in Microsoft Exchange 5.5.

    UK75 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Root Folder and Mailbox Quota

    I have a user who is being notified by Exchange that his mailbox is over the size limit. When I check via system manger, his mailbox is 108MB. If I open his mailbox via Outlook ( 2000 or 2003 ), the folder size shows < 1MB. The Outlook Today folder has about 50K in it. I used the EXCHNG32 client...

    Shiv120 pointsBadges:
  • All e-mail in inbox disappear after mailbox successfully move to a second storage group Ex2007

    I added a 2nd storage group and mail database to split the currently large database. 1 out of 15 users lost all e-mail in the inbox. I can't find them anywhere. Please help...any idea...

    Tiggertran5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server 2003 Standard

    How do I save old emails onto my computer from Exchange 2003 when they are kept on the server?  I do not want to have too many on the server taking space. We are using Outlook 2003 on the desktops and notebooks. Is there an easy way to do this?   Thanks

    Tomtek207115 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 Email storage

    I setup Exchange 2003 server for the users. Each user system is using Outlook 2003 to access their email thru exchange. The email is being stored on the server so they can access their email off site thru web mail. How can I have them copy and store their emails to their computers to free up room...

    Tomtek207115 pointsBadges:
  • store drive FULL, Exchange on server 2003 Ent. Edit.

    33gb drive, Priv1.edb & stm consuming 30gb + others = 10mb!! PLEASE, best way to avoid disaster. read about offline defrag but no room. any pointers to step by step or other ideas. best part...I'm user level help desk, now apparently Exchange expert??wtf. help!!

    uwantfries60 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange mailbox exceeding the maximum of 500 objects

    We have a mailbox that is used by one of our departments that has a lot of folders and saved emails. I have allowed 4 users to view this large mailbox from within their own mailbox. When they open their mailboxes it generates an event id 9646. I understand that there are to many objects and I can...

    Clorox40 pointsBadges:
  • Do your contacts take up storage on an Exchange Server?

    Does your contacts take up storage on an exchange server?

    Kirk5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Database Architecture

    What is MSExchange database architecture? Which format is MSExchange database stored? e.g. SQL database is stored like matrix/tabular format.

    Turab5 pointsBadges:
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