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Backup Outlook 98 calendar?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by beim4, Feb 18, 2003.

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  1. beim4

    beim4 Thread Starter

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    Our office uses a small LAN. File server is Windows NT 4.0 and workstations use Windows 2000. We all use Outlook 98 and are able to share calendars, thus scheduling appointments for other employees. Using Microsoft Exchange Administration at the file server, I could locate the mailboxes for everyone and see their Calendar folder within that. However, I am baffled as to how I can include these folders in our nightly backup.

    The backup runs from my workstation. I am mapped to the file server and I can see an Exchange subdirectory listed. But none of the files within that look like they would be the individual Calendars.

    I really don't understand how everything is installed. It appears Outlook has been installed on each workstation, but it looks to the file server for the data files such as Calendar. Should there be a subdirectory somewhere containing Calendars? We've been using the program for quite a while, but are very uneasy since we never back it up.
     
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    You might want to settle in at www.slipstick.com for a while to learn Exch Srvr issues...
     
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