Yep, as per SP2 Release Notes: For the Exchange Server 2003 Standard Edition, the hard-coded licensing database size limit has been increased from 16 GB to 75 GB. The administrator will be able to set a protective database size limit (prevent unintentional database size growth). The default value will be 18 GB in SP2 for Standard Edition and the default of 18 GB can be overwritten by editing the "Database Size Limit in GB" registry key. And it is explained here: http://www.petri.co.il/change_store_size_limits_ex2003_sp2.htm Mark Fugatt Dedicated Supportability Engineer (Exchange) Microsoft Services Organisation Desk: +44 (0)118 909 5630 Mobile: +44 (0)7966 858108 MSN IM: markfu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Blog: http://blogs.technet.com/mfugatt Dedicated to proactively supporting Microsoft's enterprise Customers Mark Fugatt - Exchange DSE This email may contain confidential information. If you are not named on the addressee list, please take no action in relation to this email, do not open any attachment, and please contact the sender (details above) immediately. Information in this email is provided in good faith. If you are a customer of Microsoft, please refer to the terms and conditions which cover the provision of support and consulting services to you/your organization. If you are not corresponding in the course of, or in connection with a Microsoft contract or program with its own terms and conditions, please note that no liability is accepted by Microsoft for the contents of this mail. -----Original Message----- From: Praveen Sheelavant [mailto:Praveen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: 22 October 2005 13:04 To: [ExchangeList] Cc: msexchange@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [exchangelist] How to increase Data base Size limits http://www.MSExchange.org/ This is a multi-part MIME message.