As a Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server administrator, one of your most important tasks is managing the information store. Each Exchange server deployed in an organization has an information store. The information store can contain storage groups, data stores, and databases. This chapter focuses on management of storage groups and databases. You’ll learn
How to enable, create, and use storage groups
How to manage databases and their related transaction logs
Why you may want to enable full-text indexing of Exchange databases
How to manage indexing once it’s enabled
To learn how to manage data stores, see Chapter 8.
Storage groups allow you to group ...