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Thread: Problem with large zdb files?

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    chh
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    Hi,

    I am back the first day now and at least today Outlok started up fine.
    If it stays so for a week I guess it really had to do with the timezon patch.
    If not I will follow sams advice.

    Thanks to all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    I don't know of any current problems with large zdb files, the restrictions on size were removed recently. What do you mean by 'starting...takes a long time'? I have a 1.6GB zdb and it took about 35 seconds for Outlook to start and then start it's sync (that's on XP running on a VM).
    So can I take this to mean that when using the outlook connector, the user's mailbox can now be over 2GB? Without using archive folders?

    If this is true then this is better than the stock outlook configuration, which only lets you have 2GB and that's it. Or did microsoft fix it on their side too?

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    Yes you can have mailboxes larger than 2GB.
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