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How do I extract users data from an exchange 2007 store file if the domain controller crashed

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One of my clients was running a 2003 domain controller and server 2008 with exchange 2007 on it.

The 2003 domain controller's NTDS.DIT file became corrupted beyond repair Friday.

I have since installed a new domain controller (different domain name) and migrated all the users profiles to the new domain.  This includes joining the exchange07 and windows08 server to the domain.

How to I move the store onto the new domain, and if that is not possible how do I extract the users data so I can put it into a new exchange install.

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This looks like it might do what you're looking for: http://www.recovermails.com/exchange-edb-recovery.html
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I ended up getting this http://www.appassure.com/products/DSM/Replay-DSM.aspx which seems to have a better interface.

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