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Running  Isinteg in -fix -test alltests mode.

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My Exchange server is down, and I am in the process of bringing it back up.  I need help with the syntax for the following command.

Run Isinteg in -fix -test alltests mode.    

My email server name is ces.

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From your exchsrvr\bin folder run:

ISINTEG -s <servername> –fix -test alltests

Replace <servername> with the appropriate name of the server.
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Have you tried 'isinteg -s ces -fix -test alltests', or are you saying that you've tried this syntax and are receiving an error?

Hope this helps.

Laura E. Hunter - Microsoft MVP: Windows Server - Networking
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Thanks

I already got it.  the problem I was having was that the EXCHANGE IS was down.  After I turned it back on and removed all the logs it is working now.  I just thought I was typing it wrong.  But since you answered my question correctly and promptly here are your points.

Thanks.
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