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andrewrob

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I have just checked our message store is now 250GB. Is the internal Kerio Backup sufficient for this amount of data or should I be looking at something else. How long would that size take to restore? Is there a way to keep another server running that mirrors itself from the live Kerio server? Then it could be used as an instant failover?
Just keen to see if anyone else does it differently to me. I backup to a network volume in a different building but on the same site.
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nhoague

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I too have the same concerns. We are at 500GB, and the backup (full) takes 14 hours to complete. We are debating setting up a backup system where we just rsync the two stores. Since we have recover deleted items for up to 30 days, I'm not too concerned with people deleting stuff. Just need to duplicate the data in the event of a catastrophe.
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uptimjeff

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FWIW - I use CrashPlan Pro to another site...
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