We are trying to implement a distaster recovery solution for Exchange Email, and the quickest possible solution we can conclude on it to instead tell Outlook to deliver their exchange email to a PST with is stored on the server. Therefor their psts get backed up by ntbackup from a scheduled daily backup.
Thus if the server were to fail we could restore the psts very easily and connect the users to their pst files, however there appears to be some contention in the office as to wether or not this is a best practice. Does anyone know if there will be any issues with this methodology? Thanks you