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hi there expert
i have deleted a user mail box in exchange 2007 is there any solution to recover it please
thnx
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It should be in the disconnected maibox list

you can right click and select re-connect

or

if it is not there, then

see on which computer the user used / accessed his mailbox the last time ;

you can then browse to %appdata% on that computer and go into "Local" instead of "Roaming" then Microsoft > Outlook > and there you will see the OST File, you can convert OST to PST and then re-import his mailbox into exchange.

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thank you Mr aeraps
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