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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 with SP1 by Tony Redmond

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5 The Store

At its core, Exchange is a database application, albeit one that is highly tuned for the kind of transactions that a messaging system generates. The Information Store, or simply “the Store,” lies at the heart of Exchange. Without a well-configured and managed Store, an Exchange server cannot provide a reliable and robust service to users.

Exchange 2007 introduces a number of changes for the Store, including an increase in the number of supported storage groups, internal changes that result from the move to the 64-bit platform, and database portability between servers. In this chapter, we review the core components of the Store and discuss how you can manage these components most effectively. Some of the other important changes, specifically ...

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