August 27, 2007
Linux Cure for Exchange Storage Bloat
With e-mail rapidly becoming the principal business record of employee activity, e-mail systems need to provide massive scalability, high performance, and cost-effective ways to retain, search, and manage data. Yet today, in their efforts to deliver acceptable performance at an acceptable cost, most corporations require IT to severely limit the size of mailboxes in their e-mail servers. This tactic drives users to spend time managing their e-mail according to the arbitrary limits imposed by the e-mail server and its legacy database architecture.