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Any suggestions on how I might keep archived data sets that are older than 30 days (or 60 days for pro users). I guess every 30 days I would have to copy the last backup set to a storage device on my own PC, right?

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It's actually a rolling 30 (or X) days, so you would have to do it every day. We're not built for archiving data. What you could do is use another backup program for local backups that will maintain local copies of all the versions you want, and then backup that with Mozy.

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