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    A move to Exchange Online can alleviate tedious administrative chores. But one task that should never be overlooked is records management. In this expert e-zine, you’ll learn about the numerous benefits of Exchange Online retention policies as well a... 

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    Hosting Exchange Server off-site may appeal to businesses getting comfortable with the idea of cloud computing and its various advantages, but is it really a good idea? Read pros and cons here and insight from the experts to make the right decision f... 

  • Managing Exchange Server 2010 disaster recovery

    Volume 5 of the Exchange Insider e-zine looks at how Exchange Server 2010’s database availability groups can ease an administrator’s backup and disaster recovery stress. Also learn how Forefront Protection 2010 can help defend Exchange 2010 servers f... 

  • Exchange mailbox protection explained

    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. 

  • Prioritize backups for virtualized Exchange 2010 servers

    When you virtualize Exchange Server 2010, determine which restores are critical and then select a backup location to evade backup and restore mistakes. 

  • How to mount a recovery database in Exchange Server 2010

    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. 

  • Single item recovery changes in Exchange Server 2010

    With the release of Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft eliminated storage groups. Learn why recovery databases are important, how they've changed since Exchange 2007 and why you'll need them for single item recovery in Exchange 2010. 

  • DPM and Exchange Server 2007 essentials

    Replication errors and inconsistencies may cause you grief when working with DPM and Exchange Server 2007. This tutorial explains how to fix these problems and gives you the steps to recover Exchange databases and restore storage groups. 

  • Recover Exchange databases and mailboxes with DPM 2007

    You can use Data Protection Manager 2007 to recover Exchange databases and Exchange mailboxes. Get the steps to recover both and see what role storage groups play in the recovery process. 

  • Restore Exchange storage groups with DPM 2007

    Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 can be used to back up and restore Exchange servers, but how do you restore your backups? Here are the steps to restore a storage group using DPM 2007 and some tricks that will help save valuable network bandwidth a... 

  • Developing an Exchange 2007 server role DR plan

    When planning an Exchange 2007 disaster recovery strategy, knowing which server roles to back up is critical. Backing up mailbox servers and public folder servers is essential, but which server roles don't need to be backed up? 

  • DPM 2007 replica inconsistencies in Exchange databases

    While it's common for ESEUTIL.EXE and ESE.DLL issues to cause Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 replicas of Exchange Server databases to become inconsistent, these aren't the only reasons. This expert tip gives solid examples of what might be causin... 

  • Fixing DPM 2007 inconsistent replica errors in Exchange Server

    You can use Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2007 to protect Exchange Server, but you may run into inconsistency error messages. Learn why this error occurs and why it's important to use the correct versions of ESEUTIL.EXE and EXE.DLL files. 

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About Microsoft Exchange Server Backup and Disaster Recovery

Email's mission-critical nature means that any downtime affects corporate productivity and the bottom line. These tips, tutorials and tools will give you the know-how you need to properly back up email data and maintain the availability of your mail servers. More importantly, you'll learn how to handle a Backup Microsoft Exchange Server email disaster recovery scenario. From recovering deleted items and mailboxes to restoring corrupted databases and failed disk drives, get the guidance you need to quickly recover from an email crash.