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Where does Exchange 2010 store data?

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I want to backup my Exchange data from the server daily using Goodsync but need to know which files and directories to include for a full backup that I can use for complete restore.
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I hope the following helps you which files to backup
http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/exchange/backing-up-exchange-2010-for-free/
and its free as well.
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Thanks a lot- this works a lot better than what I had in mind.
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Thanks oxi1
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