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    Outlook 2003 Full and Comprehensive Backup

    What's the best way of running regular Outlook 2003 backups? I want to backup everything (inc. appointments, rules, signatures, toolbar settings, folder preferences/settings, etc.) rather than just a simple .pst backup. In other words, I want to run a full and comprehensive backup (or as near as you can get, or is practical) on a regular basis. Is there some software that will do this (one or two clicks and it's done?) that anyone can recommend?

    What do you do as part of your backup schedule/routine? Is there a standard/recommended process?

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    You can check some of the software links at outlook comprehensive backup. I don't use any of these and can't recommend any of them.

    I rely on image backups of my home systems which done daily.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeP517 View Post
    You can check some of the software links at outlook comprehensive backup. I don't use any of these and can't recommend any of them.

    I rely on image backups of my home systems which done daily.

    Joe
    Thanks Joe. When you refer to image backups, is that using something like Norton Ghost or Acronis? If so, which one do you use?

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    I use Windows Home Server and backup all my home PCs at least once per day.

    Joe

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