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Information Store Problems in Exchange 4.0

Posted on 1998-08-18
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I backed up my information store for exchange and did a re-installation, the user information returned, but none of the e-mail messages.  What's the name of the database where the e-mail messages are stored? and what happened to my e-mail if my user informaiton is still in tact.

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by:omb
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I reckon you assign some points to this question before any expert attempts to answer it... I may have a few suggestions :-)
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by:toddmeister
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Blow me arrogant punk!
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ktownsend earned 210 total points
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Run the ISINTEG -PATCH utility and that should restore you e-mail.

Good Luck.

Keith
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