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How Do i recover exchange 2003 mailboxes out of priv1.edb and priv1.stm files?

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I have an SBS 2003 Premium Server that won't boot, i have copied the priv1.edb and priv1.stm files off the hard drive. How do i recover the mailboxes out of these? Am i just able to replace the files in the MBData folder and remount the store?
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You would have to get the name of the ORG, AG and server same as it was before.
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As you have the copy o fthe DB do you also have the log files. In case they are good and the DB comes to clean shutdown we will have to keep them in the MDBDATA folder and then check the option for "This DB can be overwrtitten by a restore" and good to mount.
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If the issue is resolved we can close the issue and give the points .... :-)
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