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This should be the common issue faced by many of us where the database mail is used to send bulk mails on a regular basis. We have a database server which is specifically used for sending weekly newsletters to all the subscribed users. The number of subscriptions increased over a period of time and so as the number of newsletters. One day the disk drive, holding the system databases, started alerting for the low disk space. On investigation, I found that the msdb database has grown to 7 GB in size!

         As we know that msdb maintains various types of history information like backup history, jobs history, sent mails and attachments history etc. Now the question is to find out the table(s) holding the largest data. I have found the following query from the Net which helped me to find out the name of the tables in descending order of…

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