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I need to extract Server name, organization name, storage group name and database names from an Exchange 2003 environment from AD or alternatively same data from two OK database for exchange 2007. Neither exchange 2003 or 2007 is running in this organization.
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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
Try running Exdump. It will give you full info regarding your Exchange environment.

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jamesmetcalf74Author Commented:
Rajith:

AD is not in a stable state to extract from AD. This is a blown Exchange 2003 ---. Exchange 2007 migration. It blew up after E2203 and E2007 were replicating. Exchange 2007 was removed. Exchange 2003 damaged. AD state is after replication bewteen the two was running sucessfully. After blow up Exchange 2007 was reinstalled but won't mount the good EX20007 databases I have. I have full E2003 databases (stm, edb and logs for both pub1 aand priv1 databases on the old EX2003 server but don't know how to recreate the EX2003 enviornment (reinstall it) since unless I am mistaken I need such data as: Exchange Organization Name, Administrative or Security Groups, Storage group (i think 1). I think the quickest and cheapest way out of this mess (don't as me about the hardware crash of the backup domain controller while all of this was going on) am attempting to reinstall E2003 and reattach (mount) the good databases but don't know how to do that without the missing data...
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