I'm going to try to ask this question to the best of my knowledge although I am not the administrator of the network for our company. Hopefully I can explain this ok. Basically we have an exchange server that manages both employees here at our site and off-site in customer spaces. Whenever an employee moves out to a customer site their mailbox is deleted and their mail is forwarded to the off-site customers e-mail address that was assigned to them. If that employee is later moved back to our site, we have to delete the entire account and then re-create the mailbox so they are back in here. I'm thinking there must be an easier way to re-create the mailbox without deleting the entire account first, although we have looked around at numerous options we can't seem to find a way to do this. Is it possible or once you delete the mailbox is there no way to re-create it without removing them completely out of the exchange server and re-creating them from scratch (as if they are a new user)? Hopefully this makes sense.
Here in this article, you will get a step by step guidance on how to restore an Exchange database to a recovery database. Get a brief on Recovery Database and how it can be used to restore Exchange database in this section!
This video shows how to quickly and easily add an email signature for all users on Exchange 2016. The resulting signature is applied on a server level by Exchange Online.
The email signature template has been downloaded from: