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Exchange 2000 Server

By rick325i ·
Can anyone tell me the differences between Exchange 2000 Server and 2000 Enterprise Server?
I was looking inthe microsoft site and i found them to be the same, if anyone has more info on it, could you share it with me?

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enterprise

by geordilaforge2000 In reply to Exchange 2000 Server

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Exchange 2000 Enterprise

by brian.smith In reply to enterprise

The Enterprise version of Exchange 2000 supports the ability to cluster Exchange servers for fault tolerance.

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by chriswong In reply to Exchange 2000 Enterprise

Besides clustering, Exchange Standard only supports 1 database and it also has a size limit (I can't remember the actual gig limit). Exchange Enterprise can support up to 4 databases and has no size limit on each (other than physical disk space).

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Difference between E2K ES and E2K S

by travis In reply to Exchange 2000 Server

I believe that the difference there in lies in the number of Procs that is supported.

Same as the difference between W2k Server, Datacenter and advanced.

Hope that helps

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