How to Backup Exchange 2003?

Answer Backing up Exchange 2003 databases and mailboxes is a crucial task that ensures all mailboxes and files can be restored if the Exchange server crashes. Since Exchange uses open files and running pr... Read More »

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How to Backup Exchange Server?

Exchange servers must be backed up regularly to ensure that all mailboxes and system data can be recovered in the event of an Exchange server crash. Because Exchange uses open files and running pro... Read More »

How to Backup Exchange Mailboxes?

Microsoft Exchange provides networks with an email communication solution. The server is used to store, send and retrieve email communications within the local network or over the Internet. Exchang... Read More »

How Do I Backup My Outlook 2003 Files?

Everyone has emails that they want to keep, and Microsoft makes it easy to back up these files to another medium such as CD or a USB drive. You can do this with either the standard install of Outlo... Read More »

Active directory backup in 2003 Server?

First, To back up Active Directory you have to back up the entire system state. AD is too heavily intertwined with the OS to allow a backup of it alone. You can export AD information for users, e... Read More »