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  • Blog Post: Exchange Archiving

    So far we have spent some time talking about how Exchange has been engineered to take advantage of large commodity storage while keeping the data protected and the overall system highly available in order to deliver large, low cost mailboxes. This time I wanted to spend some time talking about how...
  • Blog Post: Archiving and Large Mailboxes

    The last blog post generated some great questions, and I wanted to address some of them in a little more depth and continue the archiving discussion. “We are all for removing pst files from the network; however, the major challenge that we have is handling the use case where users are offline...
  • Blog Post: Archiving Questions: Do Tiered Storage and Stubbing make sense?

    This blog business has been turning out to be more fun than I expected - maybe I should be nicer and less sarcastic when the marketing team suggests these ideas. This time, answering the questions from my archiving blog and video have led into some areas which are a bit more controversial…...
  • Blog Post: Immutability in Exchange

    In this video we spend some time talking about an aspect of our archiving and compliance story for Exchange on-premises and the service. Specifically, if you do decide to take advantage of the simplicity and lower costs of co-locating your ‘archive’ data with your primary mailbox data, (see...