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Exchange Recovery Clinic Exchange Server Disaster Planning

Before any disaster recovery of your Exchange server database is tried,
you must make sure of several things


1. All log files are backed up.(these log files are normally located in the mdbdata directory where your Exchange Server database files are located).In Exchange Server 2000-03 the log files are probably in a folder named after your computer name of the Exchange Server. On exchange server 5.5 the log file begins with edb.log. On Exchange Server 2000-03 the log files consists of E0000001.log - e00.log.

2. All Exchange server databases files are backed up. This includes priv.edb , dir.edb and pub.edb

3. On Exchange Server 2000, the database files are Priv.edb/ Priv.Stm(if your database is shadowed)Pub.edb/Pub.stm.

4.Make sure you have a qualified engineer that has experience in Exchange Server disaster recovery.

5. You may want to have a Exchange Recovery Clinic engineer or Microsoft engineer on the phone to guide you through this process.

Call: 800-275-2823 or fill out a quote form.

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