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    Re: Exchange 2003 Standard or Enterprise

    Exchange is not for storing data really, well files anyway. Thats what your my documents is for. Also 18mb of email @ 5kb a message (remember no files if you use file space properly) is 3500 emails

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    Re: Exchange 2003 Standard or Enterprise

    Totally. As I understand it with Zimbra, you can just get another server, install and configure the Zimbra mail store component and bingo your storage is expanded Smile
    or just add another disk and expand the partition. You notice zimbra has a built-in document storage module. no limits except the size of the backup.

    Our Zimbra trials are getting even closer to completion and will soon be ready to implement fully once we get the hardware.
    nice one, we've just completed the our fist year in production.

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