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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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The very valuable dumpster

Two dumpsters operate in Exchange. The transport dumpster functions on hub transport servers and acts as a repository for in-transit messages that might have to be replayed after a server outage, so although it functions on an ongoing basis, an administrator shouldn’t have to rely on the transport dumpster too often. The Store dumpster is much more useful on a day-to-day basis because it works for every mailbox and saves administrators from the need to restore mailbox databases to recover items that users have deleted in error. Of course, not every user can justify the expense of going through a full database recovery—and even the most important users probably can’t justify the expense for every item that they delete ...

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