Email Use Has Plateaued

In the 1990’s, 10MB was considered a standard mailbox size. This let you send 10-20 emails per day and save email for months. Today 100-150 new emails per day is common–a 10MB mailbox fills in a day at this rate. The total use of email-like communication is probably still increasing. However, pure email–as measured both […]... read more »

Exchange 2010 Storage Planning

Exchange 2010 Storage Planning When moving to Exchange 2010, there are two key questions regarding storage. How large do you want to make the new mailboxes? Exchange 2010 can manage 10 GB mailboxes, as a result of major disk I/O improvements. Mailbox size directly impacts system recovery time, so you may still want to be […]... read more »