Going Big! Deploying Large Mailboxes with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 without Breaking the Bank


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With each new generation of Microsoft Exchange, features are added and Exchange is further refined in its capabilities as an email system. Exchange Server 2010 enables the use of multiple storage options in its deployment, and allows you to provide large mailboxes at a cheaper cost. Will it work in your environment? Are you hesitant to increase mailbox sizes due to challenges around storage? How do you know when to use a specific type of storage? Do you need to enable Exchange high-availability when using a JBOD configuration? Can you really use SATA disks with Exchange? If you want the answers to these questions; be sure to attend this session.
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