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I was just browsing different files in exchange 2003 file system when i cam across a tremprepairnnnn.edb file on the system.

What is this file? Do I need it. It is consuming about 300MB. Can i delte it withoout losing out on anything>
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You or someone might have run eseutil to repair database earlier which has created a temp file.You can delete this file.

Eseutil /P c:\exchsrvr\mdbdata\DB1.EDB /Sd:\exchsrvr\mdbdata\DB1.STM /Te:\TEMPREPAIR.EDB

This command line will repair DB1.EDB located on C: along with its matching .STM file located on D: and will put the temporary file on the E: drive.
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