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Using Veeam 6.5 to backup 2003 Exchange Server.

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Hi All,

Does any one has simple instructions on setting up Veeam to backup and restore microsoft exchange server 2003.

Thanks for all ur help in advance
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Visit Veeam University where you can watch 2-minute interactive videos for end-users about all Veeam Backup features for VMware and Hyper-v.

How to create a backup job (VMware) - http://www.veeam.com/university/vmware-backup.html

Veeam Backup has a special feature called Veeam Explorer for Exchange (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-Kz7tbq6e0), but currently it supports only Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 and SP2.
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