I think that you don't understand your backup software or you haven'tQuote:>We had a very bad luck with our backup software (it skipped IS file because it
>was in use) and now we want another method of protection besides improved backup
>we got now.
Find an Exchange aware backup software or use the NTBACKUP on theQuote:>How do you import ost files or pst files to Exchange server, or how do you synch
Richard Matheisen Wang Laboratories
Microsoft Certified System Engineer Tewksbury, MA USA
Really long way around the problem, but it does work. Providing you start
Outlook offline and it never trys to authenticate to the new IS.
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>>we want to have ost or pst folders in synch with our Exchange Server,
>>so in case of a disaster (Exchange blows up) we can re-import the user
>>Exchange Server, or maybe even another Exchange server at different
>>We had a very bad luck with our backup software (it skipped IS file
>>was in use) and now we want another method of protection besides improved
>>we got now.
>>How do you import ost files or pst files to Exchange server, or how do you
NT3.51(SP5) with MSX (SP3)
1. Is there a way to include all folders to be part of offline folder
sync without having to go into each individual folder property? In
addition, can you automatically have the client sync every 30 mins?
2. What solutions have you guys implemented out there as far as
mailbox/personal message storage?
My dilemma is this (on q2)
1. If I let all the individual mailbox be store on the priv.edb, the
potential growth of this file can be 200 users x 10meg = 2gig.
2. If I implement pst files, I have no control of password on the
file, nor do I have size control on the file without the use of a
third party software.
3. With the assumption that pst files are used, will I still need to
implement ost files to backup the messages sitting in the mailbox?
TIA for any advice...
6. OMA in E2k3