The computer industry loves acronyms. Acronyms save time, instead of having to utter long sentences and waste time; you can speak the latest buzzword in the form of an acronym and in addition to saving time you will also sound cool…. The following article deals with such an acronym – ANR.
Exchange databases need disk space, once they run out of disk space they can not continue to function. My aim in this article is not to describe methods of preventing or solving the disk space problem(even though I will provide a tip or two)- my aim is to describe and explain the way that Exchange databases uses disk space.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Microsoft MVP Erik Rozman to our team of authors as he presents his first article to MSExchange.org readers. In the following document I will describe preventive measures that should help you avoid running out of disk space and in addition I will also describe possible remedies if this has (gasp) already happened.