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regardless of whether Single Item recovery is enabled, calendar items are
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maintained in the recoverable Items folder structure for 120 days. however, a legal hold can enable longer-term data preservation to disable the expiration of the items.
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The Versions subfolder is used when either Single Item Recovery or Litigation Hold is enabled. Anytime a message in the enabled mailbox is modified the original message is copied to the Versions subfolder. Each version is kept and can be searched by a user assigned the Discovery Management role. This is invaluable in finding e-mail messages that might have been modified to hide or alter the original content of the message. Messages stored in the Drafts folder are exempt from this behavior to reduce the amount of unnecessary data in the folder.
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What Is New in Exchange Server 2010 ChapTEr 6 267
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The prospect of capturing the versions of modified e-mail messages further reduces the need for restores resulting from messages being modified. The functionality and usefulness of this feature will also be covered in more detail in 8. The Dumpster 2.0 configuration options are summarized in Table 6-4.
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TABLE 6-4 Dumpster 2.0 Configuration Options
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Single Item Recovery disabled
Yes, using deleted item retention for e-mail and 120 days for calendar items Yes, using deleted item retention for e-mail and 120 days for calendar items No
Single Item Recovery enabled
Litigation Hold enabled
Discontinuation of Storage Groups
In earlier versions of Exchange Server, you could create multiple databases that used a single set of log files. These collections were called storage groups and were allowed so that databases could be kept smaller and more manageable. However, because of the limited cache memory available in 32-bit versions of Exchange Server, only four storage groups with a maximum of 20 databases could be created on a single server. Storage groups continue to exist in Exchange Server 2007; however, having multiple databases in a single storage group is generally discouraged or prohibited in many configurations. With the ability to create up to 50 storage groups and as many databases on a single server, the best practice is to never create more than one database in each storage group, but rather create a storage group for each database. In Exchange Server 2010, storage groups have been completely eliminated. Now each set of transaction log files only supports one mailbox or one public folder database. Not only have the storage groups been eliminated, but databases are also no longer specifically owned by any single server. All of the database objects now reside within a single database container for the entire Exchange organization. In the Exchange Server versions 2000, 2003,
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Mailbox Services
and 2007, a database name only had to be unique within a storage group. A database could be distinguished by the server it was created on and the storage group it was created within, as shown in Figure 6-3. Because of this many companies could have rightly used the same database names multiple times across the entire Exchange organization.
FIGURE 6-3 Distinguishing database names in Exchange 2007
In Exchange 2010 databases are no longer tied to a specific server. Therefore, each mailbox database name must be unique across the entire organization, as shown in Figure 6-4. This means that proper attention must be given to creating a naming standard that works for your organization. The best practices for creating a naming standard for an organization are discussed in further detail in 3, Exchange Environmental Considerations.
FIGURE 6-4 Distinguishing database names in Exchange 2010
Exchange Server 2003 also introduced the Recovery Storage Group feature; this feature enables an administrator to restore database backups into a special storage group for recovery. This functionality still exists within Exchange 2010; however, with the removal of storage groups it is now called a recovery database (RDB). The functionality and best practices for using RDBs are covered in 12, Backup/Restore and Disaster Recovery.
performance Improvements
The overall theme for the storage changes in Exchange Server 2010 was to move away from doing many random, small, disk IOs to a few sequential, large, disk IOs. A number of changes were done to accomplish this, such as a larger page size, improved data contiguity, and more intelligent I/O operations. The importance of optimizing I/O can be better understood by reviewing how disk technology functions. Random disk I/O is bound by the speed at which the disk head can
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