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Managing Mailbox Stores and Public Folder Stores


Topic Last Modified: 2007-03-22

The Microsoft® Exchange store is a storage platform that provides a single repository for managing multiple types of unstructured information in one infrastructure. Mailbox stores and public folder stores are two of the components that make up the Exchange store. The Exchange store is also known as the Web Storage System.

The following topics provide information about store-related administrative tasks that are more detailed and complex than those included in this chapter:

For detailed information about the internal workings of the stores, and for detailed backup and recovery procedures, see Disaster Recovery for Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server. Although existing recovery functionality has not changed, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 has new recovery features. For more information about the new features, see What's New in Exchange Server 2003.
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