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Exchange 2007 server died, managed to save database, what now?

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Both disks in my exchange server died on the same day (RAID1). I managed to save the database before the second went.

I'm going to follow this plan to install Echange with the RecoverServer switch: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Recovering-Exchange-2007-Server-RecoverServer-switch.html

Once Exchange 2007 is installed, what steps should I go through to restore my database?
Any other tips?
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