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Topic # 224255 9-Nov-2017 14:29
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Hi Guys
Im after recommendations for backup software for SBS2011

 

Need Granular Email recovery :Something that can (easily) restore individual deleted emails (asking too much?) , or at least restore single users mailbox's (even if restored to a temp user)
And of course backup to either NAS or USB HD.
Bare Metal restore to dissimilar hardware would be a bonus

 

Veeam , Shadow Protect, Backupassist , or something else ?


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  Reply # 1898401 9-Nov-2017 15:01
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Shadowprotect, you're welcome. 

 

SP Has an option for granular restore. 

 

 


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  Reply # 1898406 9-Nov-2017 15:13
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You are probably aware that SBS2011 is a product you should be looking at retiring in the foreseeable future.





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  Reply # 1898409 9-Nov-2017 15:18
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networkn:

 

SP Has an option for granular restore. 

 

Looks like that is now a separate product , rather than built in ?
https://www.storagecraft.com/products/granular-recovery-exchange/tech-info

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1898411 9-Nov-2017 15:23
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Dynamic:

 

You are probably aware that SBS2011 is a product you should be looking at retiring in the foreseeable future.

 

 

Yes.


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  Reply # 1898412 9-Nov-2017 15:25
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1101:

 

networkn:

 

SP Has an option for granular restore. 

 

Looks like that is now a separate product , rather than built in ?
https://www.storagecraft.com/products/granular-recovery-exchange/tech-info

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes. It's relatively inexpensive for the functionality.

 

 


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  Reply # 1898413 9-Nov-2017 15:31
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1101:

 

Looks like that is now a separate product , rather than built in ?
https://www.storagecraft.com/products/granular-recovery-exchange/tech-info

 

 

 

 

AFAIK its always been a separate product and in my experience isn't the greatest if im being honest.. but can vouch for the SP being a terrific backup product. 

 

For mail recovery, Is a mail achiever product such as GFI MailArchiver an option for you? 




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  Reply # 1898731 10-Nov-2017 10:33
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dt:

 

AFAIK its always been a separate product and in my experience isn't the greatest if im being honest.. but can vouch for the SP being a terrific backup product. 

 

For mail recovery, Is a mail achiever product such as GFI MailArchiver an option for you? 

 

 

A full backup product is needed. Need to be able to recover the whole server , and recover individual email folders
Could get emails back via a Bare metal restore to a spare server , but thats hardly a good option (that process just takes too long)

 

At the moment , only data is being backed up . Better than nothing but hardly ideal.

 

 


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1101:

 

dt:

 

AFAIK its always been a separate product and in my experience isn't the greatest if im being honest.. but can vouch for the SP being a terrific backup product. 

 

For mail recovery, Is a mail achiever product such as GFI MailArchiver an option for you? 

 

 

A full backup product is needed. Need to be able to recover the whole server , and recover individual email folders
Could get emails back via a Bare metal restore to a spare server , but thats hardly a good option (that process just takes too long)

 

At the moment , only data is being backed up . Better than nothing but hardly ideal.

 

 

 

 

You wouldn't need to restore the whole server to another VM to restore just email folders, even without Granular Restore I so not believe.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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