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How to limit access to exchange server?

Posted on 2006-06-13
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I want to do a backup of my information store without anyone connected to the exchange server, but I don't want to disconnect the exchange server from the network.  I can hold incoming emails on a gateway server.  How do I prevent outlook connections and webmail connections with the fewest number of services-shut-off as possible?  (If it is possible.)
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Actually, the webmail connections I can stop at the firewall.  It's only the in-house outlook connections that I don't know how to do.
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if you unmount the databases, the users will not be able to connect.  You can then just copy the priv and pub files and make backups of the mdbdata directory.
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