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Posted on 2004-03-29
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This is probably a simple questions but i want to be sure before i rebuild my server.

I have 2003 SMS and i need to backup exchange so i dont lose anybodys personal folders and also the shared items i.e calendars. What is the safest way to go about backing up all of these items?

Thx in advance
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I think you mean SBS.

When Exchange is installed it adds functionality to the NTBackup utility to allow you to backup the Exchange store - just do a full backup including the store and you should be good to go.

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OOps my bad spell.... thought it would be an easy question for you guys.... thx for you help and quick response
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