Configuring Exchange 2000 Server by Syngress

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Each Help subsection has a How To and a Concepts section. The How To section explains basic administration procedures with overviews, checklists, and references to other material in Help. The Concepts section explains the concept of the topic, discusses why it is important and when appropriate, and includes links to Microsoft subject matter. In some sections, tips on troubleshooting and maintenance are given. The Help feature in Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 gives you enough starting information so that you don’t have to browse through myriad Microsoft TechNet articles or Exchange manuals the first time you have a question.

Let’s face it, e-mail messages now contain important business decisions; if e-mail is unavailable, money is lost. Although the introduction of multiple databases significantly increases system reliability, businesses that require the best end-user availability can now implement Active/Active Clustering in Exchange 2000. All servers in a cluster can now be used to actively perform work, and when a failure occurs in a server cluster, the responsibilities of the failed server transfer to another server within the cluster.

Exchange 2000 now allows multiple stores per Exchange server. They are grouped in an object called a Storage Group. You can have up to four Storage Groups per server, with a maximum of five databases per Storage Group, so you could theoretically have 20 databases per server. Also, each Storage Group is maintained by its own instance of the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE), which ensures that all databases within a Storage Group are consistent. Within a Storage Group, there is one set of transaction logs.

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