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How can I mount my old ODB files to the new installed Exchange 2007 server?

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Hi All,

My Exchange 2007 Server was corupted and doesn't exist any more...
I have a backup contains ODB files and LOGs, for example:

            c:\Exchange\Mailbox\First Storage Group\Mailbox Database.edb
            c:\Exchange\Mailbox\Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database.edb

Now I have installed the new Exchange 2007 and my qestion is:
How can I IMPORT or RESTORE my old ODB files to the new installed Exchange 2007 server?

Waiting for an urgent reply and Thanksadvance...
Seval
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Thanks for your cooment FarazKhan,

Is it necessary to create all users under AD first or can I that later?
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Hi,

Well, once you make this machine member server and install exchange it will have the users list from domain. You simply make a new storage group and then mount the old .edb file

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Faraz H. Khan
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Many thanks!!!
It works...
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