Cached Exchange GRE from StoreOnce

Idea ID 1642327

Cached Exchange GRE from StoreOnce

Brief description:

Granular Recovery (GRE) for Microsoft Exchange is a two-phase approach today. Before the user can restore individual items from a backup a restore of a mailbox database must be performed. This is time consuming esecpailly for larger mailbox databases and if multiple restores are required to find the right point in time containing the missing elemets.

Please deliver a Cached Exchange GRE, similar to Cached VMware GRE, to eliminate the time consuming restore of the mailbox database, if the backup resides on StoreOnce (and/or DataDomain).

Benefit:

Very fast restores of single items from Exchange backups which allow overall better restore SLAs.

4 Comments
Micro Focus Contributor
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This is because of the big time consumption - like Matthias Koehler said - a very important feature for us in our government organization. We have wasted a lot of time in seeking the exchange-data on different backups. Thanks for implementing this feature in advance.

Eckart

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@sebastian this is an outstanding suggestion and would help me out in a big way as a lot of our data stores are huge and time consuming to restore.
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