I think in the future there won't be issues with e-mail databases on NAS. For one thing, NAS devices will improve...
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in performance with the use of TCP/IP accelerators. For another, I think database developers will see the value in allowing the customer to have a choice depending on his own environment. The real issue is understanding your own requirements and determining which solutions fit. There will be many choices but not all may fit your needs. A vendor won't be able (or inclined) to do that work for you. Would you believe the vendor if they did? You need to make wise and informed decisions and not use a leap of faith based on marketing hype.
Evaluator Group, Inc.
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