The Exchange 2000 Server storage system stores both messaging
and file information using Web Storage System technology. You can
save and access files from Web Storage System just as you would
those stored with the Windows file system. Web Storage System can
also be used as a collaboration server and an Internet publishing
platform because it supports Internet protocols and formats
including HTTP, WebDAV, Extensible Markup Language (XML), and
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME). For example, you can
use Web Storage System to support HTTP/DAV access, so that clients
can read and write information to Web Storage System from an HTTP
client, like Microsoft Internet Explorer. Additionally, Web Storage
Web Storage System provides extensible support for HTTP/DAV.
Every message and folder in your
Web Storage System built-in full-text indexing enables high speed, accurate full-text searches across a diverse set of information types, such as e-mail messages, e-mail attachments, Web content, and documents such as Microsoft Office files. Full-text indexing and search enables users to find information quickly and easily using familiar search tools such as Outlook 2000.
Also, you can use
In previous versions of Exchange, the
Exchange 2000 supports multiple databases on each server. By
breaking up your
In Exchange 2000, multiple databases can be organized into storage groups. You can use storage groups to increase performance by increasing the number of simultaneous users on a server and to create and administer custom backup schedules for each storage group.
Related TopicsHTTP Configuring Information Stores Use Full-Text Indexing Multiple Information Stores and Storage Groups Public Folders Exposed as Web Folders