Roughly Drafted on Exchange vs. OS X Server

Roughly Drafted does some great tech analysis.

In this article, they share some fascinating stuff I didn't know.

You should read the whole article, especially if you're considering rolling out an Exchange server in an enterprise environment.

One excerpt:

Users can easily fill up a 2 GB mailbox with saved email attachments on Exchange. The Standard Edition of Exchange only allows a 16 GB mail database, which can easily be filled to capacity by a little as 8 users.

Exchange can become a catastrophic nightmare to support once users start thinking of their Exchange mailbox as a file share alternative which handily sorts their huge attached files by date and message thread.

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