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Replication & Exchange Maintenance Tasks

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Hi, I wondered whether there is any guidance on the above?

The issue I have is that the daily 4-hour job obviously creates huge list of touched blocks from a CBT perspective, thereby making the following veeam replication take many hours.

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Re: Replication & Exchange Maintenance Tasks

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Hi, have you searched the forum for Exchange Maintenance before posting?

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Re: Replication & Exchange Maintenance Tasks

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Yes, there isn't much of use to me (I'm not an Exchange specialist).

But I have since found this: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/arc ... 04504.aspx

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Re: Replication & Exchange Maintenance Tasks

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This topic has some good recommendations from Exchange experts who are Veeam users > backup and replication files are huge. There are discussions and recommendations on Exchange maintenance scheduling on both the linked page, and the next page of the topic.

Hope this helps.

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Re: Replication & Exchange Maintenance Tasks

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Thanks very much. In my case it looks that I can move to a weekly maintenance run, which hopefully will resolve the daily replication.

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