Sending emails in Azure SQL Managed Instance | SQL
azure sql database managed instance enables you to use most of the sql server features in fully managed cloud environment. one of the features is database mail system that enables you to send emails directly from managed instance.
database tables and indexes may be stored on disk in one of a number of forms, including ordered/unordered flat files, isam, heap files, hash buckets, or b+ trees.each form has its own particular advantages and disadvantages. the most commonly used forms are b+ trees and isam. such forms or structures are one aspect of the overall schema used by a database engine to store information.
Configure storage quotas for a mailbox | Microsoft Docs
storage quotas let you control the size of mailboxes and manage the growth of mailbox databases. when a mailbox reaches or exceeds a specified storage quota, exchange sends a descriptive notification to the mailbox owner. storage quotas are typically configured on a per-database basis.
6 managing database storage structures. this chapter discusses using oracle enterprise manager database control (database control) to view and manage the storage structures of your database. this chapter contains the following sections: about database storage structures. viewing database storage structure information
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Hotmail storage full, I deleted lot of emails, but still
i deleted thousands of emails and it's still showing my storage as full. i have a paid hotmail plus subscription with supposedly 50gb. when i try to send a support email to hotmail, it won't let me send it from anything but hotmail and of course i can't send or receive anything on the account. does anyone know how to fix? thanks!
SQL Server backups to Azure Blob storage - DallasDBAs.com
this is an intro level post, specifically written for the new and accidental dbas that have been told to direct their sql server backups to azure storage…but without any additional information. it does not include discussions around backup types, recovery models, etc. those are all great topics that are very well documented elsewhere.