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Backing up Exchange 2007 with Backup Exec 12.5

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I am having trouble backing up Exchange 2007 on Server 2008 Standard SP2, 64 bit OS on a virtual server (VMsphere). Our media server, which is not a virtual, with Backup Exec 12.5 SP4 is also Windows 2008 Standard SP2, 64 bit OS. I have read much on this, including the MAPI version issue. The problem is that we also have a Blackberry server, 2008 Standard SP2, 64bit and we are hesitant to upgrade MAPI at this time. The issue is that each job runs at 400mb a minute, which is horrendously slow. How can we be sure that the Mapi upgrade will fix this? I have installed the Exchange Management Tools on the media server as well.
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Blackberry Server depends a lot on the mapi.dll and cdo.dll versions that you use, exactly like you say, you should validate if the recommended mapi upgrade is compatible with the supported versions of these files

If it is possible for you, you can make a backup of these files, and them try to make the mapi upgrade, them check all the BES funcionality (calendar, mail, etc), if there is some problem go back downloading and installing the last version of "Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Client and Collaboration Data Objects", that this one is compatible with both Exchange 2007 and BES
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Is your backupExec 12.5 version properly patched
Did you install SP2
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH70497
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