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Exchange 5.5 Disaster Recovery problem

Posted on 2006-07-07
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Exchange 5.5 restore completed.
Performed ISInteg -patch and EseUtil and database is consistant and has been defreagged.
All services are running.
Can see all mailboxes in mailbox resources.

Can not see mailboxes in Server recipients.
Can not access mailboxes through mailbox resources.

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Run a DS/IS of the mailbox store only.
Then you should see the mailboxes in Server Recipients.
You will have to assign the proper Primary NT Account to each of these.
After you do this either wait for up to 2 hours or stop and restart the Exchange services to access the mailboxes.
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