Yes, these databases are backed up by making a point in time or scheduled backup file of them using the built in backup tool within SQL Server and Exchange Server. Click the appropriate link for detailed information

1 – SQL Server Full Backup: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187510.aspx

2 – Exchange Server Backup: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822896

You can then file the raw backed up files in a folder that has been marked for backup by BACKmeUP . As long as the day’s file is named the same each time (e.g. not named by being date stamped), the session file will be seen as a version of the previous one and will not count against the account size usage.

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