Microsoft Exchange Server Database Management

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  • circular logging

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About Microsoft Exchange Server Database Management

Microsoft Exchange Server databases store email data in .EDB files. It is important to maintain the consistency Exchange databases for backup, recovery and data integrity purposes. Get tips and tutorials that explain Exchange Server database architecture and management, and discover configuration best practices that will optimize the performance and reliability of your Exchange Server databases.