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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices by Joel Stidley, Siegfried Jagott

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Backup and Disaster Recovery Planning

As the messaging system is fundamental to the success of a business, more and more companies implement and plan their backup and disaster recovery procedures very carefully to prevent the event of message outages.

Why Backup Is Done

A backup is required to preserve the company's investment of a reliable and dependable messaging service. This is especially important when a server malfunctions and users are not able to send or receive messages. For this reason, backing up your environment to restore it quickly is a very important task in every Exchange administrator's area of responsibility.

The reasons to perform a backup include:

  • Disaster recovery Allows you to restore configuration and user data as quickly as ...

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