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I did a backup with NTBACKUP of our exchange organistion.
I want to extract a .PST from the backup exchange databases.
When I use Exmerge I can only extract a PST from an ACTIVE exchange db .... .
How can I extract pst files from my backup exchange database files ??
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Hi,
You will have to use Backedup DB into Recovery Storage Group (RSG) and then use ExMerge.
here are couple of links to guide you:
Hope this helps, Let me know
THanks
Nitin
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thank you for the link.
I already used some 3rd party software, worked great!(ontrack)
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