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Is there a way to do a granular Exchange backup using SBS 2008 R2 Windows built in backup-I do not see an option for this?
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There is no so called brick level backup with the backup tools you get from Microsoft the best you can do with the built in backup if shown here.

http://titlerequired.com/2011/11/29/sbs-2011-standard-exchange-2010-single-message-restore/

Scroll past the past of restoring from deleted.
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