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How can I recover an Exchange 2007 public folder from an .edb file (with logs if needed)

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hi all,

Someone had deleted an entire public folder from our Exchange 2007 server. I have restored the public folder .edb file and logs to a folder on the server. I used to use something called Ontrack Power Controls to recover public folders to .pst but that doesn't seem to work on Exchange 2007.

Any ideas how to proceed from here?

Many thanks,

David.
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try the instructions here

       
Exchange public folder restore and recovery FAQs
http://searchexchange.techtarget.com/generic/0,,sid43_gci1253656,00.html
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by:aimvicit
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Yep, I actually did a lot of research yesterday and found that PFDAVAdmin utility, which actually worked a treat. Just right-click on the folder and recover, simple!

Many thanks.

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