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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 6. Mailbox Administration

The difference between a good Microsoft Exchange administrator and a great one is the attention he or she pays to mailbox administration. Mailboxes are private storage places for sending and receiving mail, and they are created as part of private mailbox stores in Exchange. When you create user accounts, including those for InetOrgPersons, you have the option of creating mailboxes for those accounts. You can also add mailboxes to existing user accounts as necessary.

Mailboxes have many properties that control mail delivery, permissions, and storage limits. You can configure most mailbox settings on a per-mailbox basis. However, some settings cannot be changed without moving mailboxes to a different mailbox store ...

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