This is from an actual customer of STS that I was at earlier this week. And yes, this is a production database.

Image:Can you beat 7 million (yes million) documents in a Notes database?

Have you got any higher in a single DB?
Darren Duke   |   November 6 2008 07:51:27 AM   |    lotus notes  domino    |  
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1 - Marc Resnick    http://www.gearuptech.com    11/06/2008 8:25:59 AM

Absolutely Amazing! Nearly 10GB and over 7M documents! I imagine this application performs reasonably well or you wouldn't be highlighting it. Just goes to show that Notes still rocks.

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2 - Dennis Ruddigkeit    http://www.ruddigkeit.net    11/06/2008 8:45:49 AM

7M documents? Great!

...and I am getting nervous, if a database has 1.000.000 documents ;-)

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10GB is nothing got one with 700 000 docs and 25GB :D still working.

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4 - Matthias       11/06/2008 9:21:21 AM
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5 - Darren Duke    http://blog.darrenduke.net    11/06/2008 9:31:52 AM

@4, wow, 25million. Is that a real database though, or a test? It look awful close to the 64GB size limit of a Domino database.

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6 - Jim Casale    http://www.jimcasale.net    11/06/2008 9:40:23 AM

I had a production mail file at 62.4 Gb and roughly 250-300K documents. I have a screen shot of it somewhere. My motto concerning mail/database size is even though you can drive a car 300 MPH do you really want to? :-)