• Backing up Exchange database

    I'm running Exchange Server 2003 on a 2003 Server. We have 2 storage groups totaling about 309G in size total. I'm trying to figure out the most effective and efficient way to back this up. We are trying to use Veame to accomplish this and I'm having a hard time trying to figure out how we can...

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  • Slow Exchange Store Backup using Veritas backup Exec

    I am trying to backup exchange store using a remote agent and exchange module on veritas 9.1 backup for windows , It take more than 12 hrs to backup 40 GB store.

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  • LCR vs SCR

    What are the main differences between LCR and SCR? I would like to replicate exchange data to provide high availability in case the main Exchange server fails or has an issue. What would be the failover procedure?

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  • DR for Exchange 2003 in SAN

    I have been given a task of setting up Disaster Recovery for Exchange 2003 Infrastructure. We have several Exchange Servers in each of the 2 Sites. Each Site will be a Recovery Center for each other. I'd like to set up a block level Exchange DR between the 2 Sites. All Exchange data are currently...

    Symyuser125 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up email copies (Exchange Server)

    The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: I want to back up a copy of a couple hundred e-mails on CD, but also leave them on my Exchange Server. Is there a fast way to do this?

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  • Restore backup from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2003

    Is it possible to restore mailboxes backuped from Excahnge 2007 on Exchange 2003 server?

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  • Move Exchange 2000 to new hardware

    We plan to do an offline backup and restore to new hardware with Veritas Bare Metal Restore. We want to do an offline backup to prevent any mail flow. I have seen an article that talks about skipped files with offline backups of Exchange. Has anyone tried this before? Any advise?

    Caroline25 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange server 2007 recovery storage group backup

    Has anyone successfully restored a backup of an Exchange 2007 store/database using the Recovery Storage Group features of Exchange 2007? I keep running into issues restoring the database, not emails. Using Symantec Bakup exec 11d

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • s there any way to restore a Exchange public folder item/Folder after the deleted item retention period is over?

    Is there any way to restore a public folder item/Folder after the deleted item retention period over from a public folder database.one of the user mistakenly deleted a folder long time back,But i have valid backup .using any Microsoft tools?

    ITKE345,340 pointsBadges:
  • Backup Deleted elements Exchange 2003

    Dear experts, I have one problem with recover of deleted elements. They are kept by me along 30 days and I can recover them according standard procedure. But if I restore with NTbackup.exe the old databank, I can not restore deleted elements, which existed when Backup would be made. Can I do...

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  • Exchange Server recovering sent items for a user with recovery storage group

    I wonder is any of you familiar with recovery storage group ? I have a user's mailbox who want me to restore those of his email he accidently deleted from 1 Oct 08 – 17 Oct 08 from the sent items folder. I know this user’s mailbox was hosted on a exchange 2k SP4 server until last fri but was...

    Mrshiseido20 pointsBadges:

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