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· 3 min read
Nočnica Mellifera

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Over the last few months it’s been amazing sharing Corso with more and more users. One pleasant surprise has been users who are operating in large, often multi-tenant deployments of Microsoft 365 who want to use Corso to back up all their data. In our discussions on the Corso User Discord, we’ve found some best practices for backing up large Exchange mailboxes with Corso.

· 5 min read
Nočnica Mellifera

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We all know that Corso is a free and open-source tool for creating backups of your Microsoft 365 data. But where does that data go?

Corso creates a repository to store your backups, and the default in our documentation is to send that data to AWS S3. It's possible however to back up to any object storage system that has an S3-compatible API. Let’s talk about some options.