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Migrating to a New Barracuda Message Archiver

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Important
 

Consult your Barracuda Networks Product Specialist before migrating from an existing Barracuda Message Archiver to a new Barracuda Message Archiver model, or contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

If you are replacing a failed system, contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support, or refer to Replacing a Failed System.

If you are deploying your Barracuda Message Archiver with a Microsoft Exchange Server and are planning to migrate to a newer version of Exchange, or if you plan to change the Barracuda Message Archiver local hostname in an existing Exchange Server deployment, refer to Barracuda Message Archiver and Microsoft Exchange Server Migration.

If you have purchased a new Barracuda Message Archiver and need to migrate your data from the old unit, this work is performed by Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

Your raw emails and the metadata that has been built about your emails (searchable index, statistics, etc) will be moved to your Barracuda Message Archiver from your backup by Barracuda Networks Technical Support. In the event that after a local catastrophe you need to move data from a backup you prepared to a replacement Barracuda Message Archiver, contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support. See Understanding Archived Data Backup for information on how to back up your Barracuda Message Archiver for fastest recovery from a disaster.

 

 

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