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This article is part of the October 2009, Vol. 3 issue of Learning from successful Exchange Server migrations
There are many tips and best practices you can follow to improve Microsoft Exchange Server's performance. But here are three things you should never do at the hardware level if you want to optimize Exchange Server performance. 1. Don't use a single-core processor on an Exchange mailbox server. When it comes to Exchange system performance, using a single-core CPU on a mailbox server is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. The actual impact of doing so, however, varies depending on which version of Microsoft Exchange Server you're running and on how many mailboxes the server is hosting. More on Exchange Server performance and hardware: Optimizing Exchange Server disk performance Solve server problems with the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant tool Improve Exchange 2003 Internet connectivity, mail flow and performance Exchange Server Standard Maintenance Checklist How to spec your Exchange server hardware requirements For several years, I ran Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise Edition on a single core, 32-bit Pentium III with 1 GB of RAM. The Exchange server... Access >>>
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Three hardware don'ts when optimizing Exchange Server performance
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