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Unhappy 4.1 question, messages in SQL DB?

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During one of RIM's webcasts the speaker mentioned that on BES 4.1 the actually Email messages are stored as part of the SQL database. If that's true then is it correct to assume that those messages will be pushed to the Blackberry during activation of a new device? About 50% of the time devices get replaced because of theft or damage to the old device so a backup cannot be made. Currently (I'm on 4.0.3.11) it will pre-populate up to 14 days but some of my customers would like to see that number grow. I cannot think of any other good reason to store the messages in the SQL database. By the way, what will this do to the size of the SQL database? Can I expect this database to grow larger at a much faster pace?

Thank in advance for your comments!
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