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You can take the following types of backup on exchange,
1. Normal backup - Logs are committed
2. Copy backup - Logs not committed
3. Differential backup - logs not committed
4. Incremental backup - logs committed

For backup strategy, i prefer normal on a weekly basis and incremental everyday.
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what do you mean by logs commited and not commited
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logs committed and not committed:

Committed logs means that the changes in the logs are already in the database.

http://loguinfo.blogspot.com/2008/05/checking-committed-transaction-logs-in.html
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