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Trying to find a corrupt message on a mailstore exchange 2003

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Hi People,

We use RMSE to back up an exchange system with 8 mailstores every so often we find that a corrupt message generate and error in the event log which our backup software picks up on and consequently fails all the backups. The even log doesnt point to any thing more that the mailstore no mail box is mentioned

Any ideas on how to hunt this down?
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If you can an exmerge it should pick the corrupt message in the log.
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