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How do I retrieve an Outlook form from a backup of my Exchange server?

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OK, here's the synopsis.  I upgraded my exchange server in March to SBS2003 and Exchange Server 2003 and re-published any customised forms.  However it seems one form slipped by the wayside and I do not have the original ost file.  I do however have a complete full backup of the old server, including the exchange folder structure but I cannot find out if there is a particular file that is created after publishing my form.  I presume it gets published to the public database file, but short of reinstalling exchange 2000 and restoring to it, I can't see how I can retrieve it from this.

Has anybody done this before or know exactly how to do it?

Thanks in advance
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You are going to have to build a recovery server and restore the data.
The published form data is held in a system folder which is part of the public folder structure.
You will also need to have a workstation with Outlook connected to the recovery domain so that you can recover the form.

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Thanks Simon, this is too much work for one single form.  Points awarded for giving me answer to my question.

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