Exchange Server Calendar Backup

Microsoft Exchange Server databases are used to manage user plans through the use of calendars. Calendars provide graphical representation of tasks, planned meetings, events, and other things stored in Microsoft Exchange Server database.

They are very helpful when used to manage and organize user’s work and especially collaboration of multiple users. Backup Exchange Server calendar can be performed for several reasons.

Firstly, calendars contain constantly changing information which therefore always carries the risk of accidental modification or deletion. And secondly, it is an essential part of a procedure of migrating to another MS Exchange Server.

See also WebDAV for Google Calendar.

Learn more about Exchange 2013 backup solutions with Handy Backup.

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