If you’re a SysAdmin or an MSP, granular restores could be making your life a whole lot easier, not to mention increasing your value.
Users lose things. Passwords. E-mails. Documents. Your sanity. Sure as the sun sets, if they have something, they’re going to lose it—and turn to you to get it back again. When you retrieve their lost data, you don’t want it to be a hassle. Granular restores (retrieving file-level items or smaller) mean you can bring
The latest update to BackupAssist is now available for download with a brand new feature exclusive to version 7.3, Direct Exchange Injection for our new add-on, Exchange Granular Restore.
We’d like to introduce you to our latest release, BackupAssist v7.2. This version is really important for two main reasons: it has a new add-on called Exchange Granular Restore and it beefs up some the features of Central Administration.
With the upcoming release of Exchange Granular Restore from its beta, we thought now might be a good time to run through the parts of the add-on that will be most useful to you.
Keeping users’ mailbox sizes to a reasonable limit is something that many IT pros and system admins struggle with. Here we’ve got together some of the quickest and easiest tips, sourced from across the web, to make sure that you can keep your users’s mailboxes under control.
Our May newsletter started hitting inboxes today As usual, it’s got all the usual stuff: interesting news, handy support tips and funny articles. May’s contents include Our New Exchange Backup and Restore BackupAssist v7.0.2 Release Our New Video on Using Central Administration And the Infamous Backup News All of this in a ton more detail
A few days ago we penned an article about the new direction we are taking for Exchange backups and the concept behind it. That’s what today’s article is about; looking at the benefits of integrating Exchange backups with existing tools and how this can make your backups and restores simpler. Merging backup tools The idea
We’ve been looking at Exchange and thinking about ways we can streamline backups for everybody’s favorite email server. We want to make the backups work harder, with less input from you. Of course, the goal is always to keep your systems and data better protected. The path we’re going down diverges from Exchange “mailbox” level
How to setup a user identity for exchange mailbox backups. Today we’ll be learning how to configure the Backup User identity we created in an earlier lesson to allow BackupAssist to perform backups of your Exchange Server Mailbox. For further information on this topic please read the documentation: http://www.backupassist.com/education/articles/setting-up-a-user-for-exchange.. .