An SBS 2003 server had accumulated so many system problems with raid drivers and
other issues we performed a domain swing migration to a temporary server,
then back to the original hardware using the Jeff Middleton procedures for
this operation - except we used the mail-box move function to move each
mailbox to the temp and then moved each mailbox back to the clean install on
the original hardware. (to avoid getting hung up on mounting moved
databases on the new server )
The results have been perfect except for 2 corrupted mailboxes out of a
total of 40. When access them with OWA everything is fine, but they don't
load into Outlook correctly. Outlook crashes or displays error messages
when the user moves from one outlook folder to another. One just lost all
inbox content except for her sub-folders when opening the mailbox from a
We have a 2 week old pre-migation backup. The database paths are different
on the new server than the paths during the backup.
What is the best approach for fixing corrupt mailboxes ? or if we have to
restore from the old backup for the two problem mailboxes, does that have to
be done with an exchange recovery server, or is there some other way?
Maybe an ISINTEG -S SERVERNAME -FIX -TEST ALLTESTS
would correct this. It really depends. ISINTEG will try to correct any problems with the links between tables in the database. But since you don't have
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