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About Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox Management

Mailbox management is often one of the most time-consuming and tedious aspects of Microsoft Exchange Server administration. Learn more about the Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Server mailbox management process and how to to perform common tasks, like creating and moving mailboxes and configuring mailbox quotas and size limits.