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Exchange 2000/ Outlook 2003

By rquiles ·
In my company they want email (Outlook 2003)to be setup on Exchange, but they do not want the email stored on the server they want it on the users local drives. So they can use as much space as they want on their own HD without impacting the server space. Is this a good practice? Or which is the best way? It has to be this way because of MS Exchange 2000 Standard limitation of 16GB.

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yes it should be stored on the server. Thats the only way to back information needed incase of user error..Now for archived/personal folders they should be stored on the users harddrive and backed up on disk...Pst files tend to get rather larger when storing them on a server

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by dsharma In reply to Exchange 2000/ Outlook 20 ...

I'll recommend storing the mails in server only. But you can put storage limit policy in place so that users mailbox size can't go beyond a specific size.

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