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Im at a point where Id like to bring back some old data from tape into some newly created mailboxes in newly created mailbox databases and stores. Ive restored log files and corresponding edb files into a separate folder but that is where I run out of talent. Firstly, I need to replay the logs to provide a good edb file and then I need to mount that edb, perhaps in a recovery group. Then, I need to transfer mail from the recovered edb into existing mailboxes.

Any help would be much apprecaited
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Hi thanks for that.
Probably a stupid question, but how do I close this ticket now?
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Thanks for the answer.
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