Adding Microsoft Exchange Stores
This section explains how to add Microsoft Exchange databases manually.
Consider the following:
- Before you add databases, make sure that Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange has access to the ese.dll file. For more information, see Configuring Extensible Storage Engine.
- If a database is in Dirty State, you will have to recover it by applying log files. Click Recover and wait until log files are applied, then re-add the database. Make sure that the Write permission is granted to the account that you use to connect to the database.
To manually add a Microsoft Exchange database file (.edb) to the application scope, do the following:
- On the Home tab, click Add Store > Microsoft Exchange mailbox database or right-click the All Stores node and select Add Microsoft Exchange mailbox database.
- Click Browse to specify the path to the .edb and Exchange logs folder.
If you use Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365, you can also add Microsoft Exchange data backed-up with the product to the application scope. To do this, specify a path to the repository.adb backup file.