No problem about your English, one of my best friends is from Paris and understand what you mean.
I would suggest to your Database Admins that they start a maintenance plan for the databases that I mentioned before. Their is a wizard that they can use to create such maintenance plans or they can use the Microsoft site to get this information. I am also attaching a few documents about planning this maintenance as well, these are the same I would send to customers when I worked in IPCC/ICM TAC. Two of the docs cover information from Microsoft's site and the other is SQL statements to manually maintain the database. These are similar to creating a scheduled SQL Maintenance plan by using the Database Maintenance Planner -> Open SQL Enterprise Manager -> Select Database Server -> Tools from the menu above and the planner should begin.
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