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Backing up mailboxes in Exchange 2010

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I have a virtualized exchange 2010 server and I installed an external hard drive on the main server and shared it.  I mapped a drive to the external hard drive in exchange and I now want to set up a backup schedule in windows backup to make sure I have the mailboxes backed up.  I also want to make sure the the logs get deleted after the backup.  Can someone tell me how to do this and what folders need to be backed up?
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