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Microsoft Exchange Server Backup and Disaster Recovery News
July 24, 2014
Exchange experts say the lost IRS email controversy is a reminder of why your organization needs to evaluate its plans to prevent a similar event from happening.
November 09, 2009
With high availability using Database Availability Group and automated failover functions, Exchange Server 2010 offers IT shops some new, practical features.
January 08, 2008
A low-cost appliance offers a midmarket insurance firm simple and affordable continuity for Microsoft Exchange.
June 02, 2006
Texas Christian University recently dropped NetApp as its MS Exchange failover vendor, tapping SteelEye Technology for email disaster recovery.
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The Exchange Transport Dumpster is a feature that exists in Exchange 2007 and 2010 to prevent data loss. Continue Reading
The Microsoft Exchange 2013 Managed Store is a mechanism used in Exchange Server 2013 to isolate failures at the database level. Continue Reading
Adequate Exchange mailbox protection is a crucial part of compliance and sound business practices. Find out what happens if you don’t have enough protection in this installment of our Exchange explained series. Continue Reading
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Did a user delete a public folder? You can use the PFDAVAdmin tool and these steps to recover Exchange Server 2007 public folder data. Continue Reading
With the release of the Exchange Server 2010 beta comes many new product features. In this tip, Microsoft Exchange Server expert Brien Posey explains some high availability improvements in Exchange 2010. He also details changes to clustered and ... Continue Reading
Protect Exchange Server from data loss and downtime by delivering continuous availability to Windows applications with the Business Continuity Server. Continue Reading
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First off let me say that Avamar is a great product and hopefully this won’t sound like a rant. I started working with Avamar last year and...Continue Reading
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As promised, this is the next instalment in my Veeam posts, specifically on Remote Backup (backup to a remote site across the WAN). This has...Continue Reading
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Use Of Solution: For about 2 years. Valuable Features: The backup and instant recovery features are the most valuable to me. Improvements...Continue Reading
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Shunning virtualization and retiring Exchange 5.5 servers are just a couple tricks to improve the stability of your Exchange Server 2003 environment. Continue Reading
When you virtualize Exchange Server 2010, determine which restores are critical and then select a backup location to evade backup and restore mistakes. Continue Reading
Because of architectural changes, you'll need to create and mount a database to recover items in Exchange Server 2010. Follow these steps for mailbox recovery and get some command-line switches that will refine the scope of recovered items. Continue Reading
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If you run into problems with broken PST files when trying to move email, you have a choice of fixes. Continue Reading
Brien Posey explains how to resolve a common error code when using VSS-based backup software for Exchange backups. Continue Reading
Exchange 2013 database availability groups have improved significantly since Exchange 2010. These four updates are worth investigating. Continue Reading