I am changing my domain and therefore will be rebuilding my Unity server. My question is I need to back up my message store as well will DIRT backup my message store or do I need to use a second tool for the message store?
You can use DiRT to backup the message store but the use of that tool for doing so is only intended for a limited scale. The DiRT mailstore backup option is supported for backing up your Exchange message store only in the following situations:
1. A one-time migration (any number of users/mailboxes)
2. Regular or periodic mailstore backup of smaller systems (200 users or less).
Except as noted with one-time migrations Cisco does not support the use of DiRT as a replacement for regular/periodic mailstore backups of your Exchange system. Mor migration purposes it will work on any configuration but the space needed for message backup can be very large (i.e. much larger than the size of the Exchange PRIV.EDB file) so proceed with caution.
Your other option would be to use COBRAS; however, you need to be on version 4.0(5) or higher.
For what you are doing, I'd say you should be good to use DiRT if that's what you're more comfortable with.
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