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Restore a single Outlook Task from Veritas Backup Exec.

Posted on 2007-04-04
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We use Veritas to backup Exchange 2000.  A user lost one of his Tasks - I can see it in the restore dialogue on the Veritas backup system.

Can I just restore that one task and have it show up in his Outlook?

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I doubt it, but better call Veritas/Symantec to be sure.
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