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Is backup exec 2010 r3 compatible with exchange 2003?

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Is backup exec 2010 r3 compatible with exchange 2003?  I am having issues trying to backup exchange.  We have another client that we use backup exec 2010 r3 to backup exchange 2010 and that works fine.  When you setup the job, under selections, it shows as Microsoft Information Store.  With exchange 2003 it shows only the disk drives and network shares.

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by:MAdS
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It is in "Backup Exec 2010, 2010 R2 and 2010 R3 Software Compatibility List", page 20:
(http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH137682)
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Some requirements mentioned there:
Backup Exec 2010, 2010 R2 and 2010 R3 Continuous Protection of Exchange 2003 on SBS 2003 requires two servers. CPS for Exchange cannot protect Exchange to a local destination. Backup Exec 2010 and the Continuous Protection Server must be installed on a remote system to the SBS Exchange 2003 server.
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not a good answer. cant pay for this
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