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ntbackup fails while taking exchange server 2007 database

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while performing ntbackup error message occures HrESEBackupSetup()' additional data '-'The 'Microsoft Information Store' returned 'Functions called in an invalid sequence i will enable circular loging but this will not help us also for your information i am taking information store backup & system state backup seperately. my os & database is in different different volumes, please suggest what to do next , i am stuck up.
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Please paste the backup logs including the errors in application log.
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this error is because of i am selecting distribution mailbox which i will not configure. by removing the distribution mailbox seletion my backup complete without any error.
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