install mailboxes on separate volume???

install mailboxes on separate volume???

Post by Joey » Fri, 02 May 2003 23:39:13

I want to install the program files on my c: drive and
the mailboxes on my d: drive.

how do I set this up?


install mailboxes on separate volume???

Post by MSFT » Sat, 03 May 2003 01:56:18


If you are using 5.5, you can use the optimizer to move the information
store to a different drive (post installation)

If you are using 2000, you can move the mailbox store using ESM.  Go to the
properties of the mailbox store-->database tab and browse to a new location.
Be sure to move the associated .stm file with the edb file. (not required,
but recommended)

Paul Williamson
MS Enterprise Messaging Support

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