Softhing has released Outlook Exchange Accounts Optimizer (OEAO) for Outlook 2011. Entourage users can check out Entourage Exchange Accounts Optimizer.
Exchange users that have limits on how much mail can be left on the server should check out this handy application. It’s easy to setup and automate your backups.
This utility automatically moves old mail from your Outlook Exchange account to a replicated structure within Outlook local folders. You select how many days of mail . . .
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When losing your data is not an option, learn how to backup your Entourage data. . . .
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Previously, I explained how to “Time Machine” your Identity. Guy, one of the commenters, pointed out a way to easily add your Identity to your Time Machine backup without the hourly/daily additions.
The previous tutorial could be used by Tiger and Leopard users, but this is Leopard only.
Exclude the Microsoft User Data folder in the Time Machine options, which will stop it backing up every hour. Create an “Entourage Backup” folder – which is . . .
Continue Reading: Alternative method to use Entourage and Time Machine
Time Machine is a breakthrough automatic backup feature that’s built right into Mac OS X Leopard, but for Entourage users it’s recommended that you exclude your Identity from Time Machine.
Time Machine creates hourly backups and will create a copy of your database every time anything new is added to Entourage. This can quickly fill up your Time Machine drive.
One option is to add your Identity to your original Time Machine backup then exclude . . .
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