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

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Chapter 10. Mailbox and Public Folder Store Administration

Data stores are containers for information. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 uses two types of data stores: mailbox stores, which store a server’s mailboxes, and public folder stores, which store a server’s public folders. The information in a particular data store isn’t exclusive to either mailboxes or public folders. Exchange Server maintains related information within data stores as well. Within mailbox stores, you’ll find information about Exchange logons and mailbox usage. Within public folder stores, you’ll find information about Exchange logons, public folder instances, and replication. Mailbox and public folder stores also maintain information about full-text indexing. Understanding ...

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