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hi
somebody know how i can make a totally bakcup of my exchange server 2003?
i want to backup my account settings , the emails all i can.
thanks a lot
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Question by:albertorp
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Hi albertorp,

Any of the backup utils provided by CA, veritas etc or you can NTBackup built in to Windows.

This should help:
http://www.backupassist.com/downloads/ewp.pdf



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