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Need to recover bounced email

Posted on 2004-09-30
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Hello and thanks for the help.

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SBS 2003
Exchange 2003

Here is my problem:  I messed up and forwarded a user to herself.  This caused all email sent to her to bounce back to the sender.  I have resolved the forwarding problem and she can again received mail but I now need to recover all the mail she missed.  I can see the messages in message tracking but I cannot send them to her or to me (admin).  Thanks in advance for the help
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susanzeigler earned 400 total points
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Unless you had a copy of bad messages forwarding to a mailbox--you can set that up within Exchange 2003--I am afraid they may not be recoverable:( Won't swear to it, but haven't seen a way to do it.

Have you double-checked the administrator account to make sure they aren't there?
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Thanks susan,  I checked the admin account and there are no messages there.  Still open to ideas.  I hate to think those messages are toast.
Thanks,
Paul
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