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Recover Calendar Items Small Business Server 2003

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    I have a client that has been using SBS 2003 and the Exchange 2003 built in.  They have been using the built in Backup to run daily backups.  Now some how all of the calendar info has gone blank.  not sure if this happened with a sync of a PDA or what still trying to figure that part out.  But all email and contacts are still there for this account.  In SBS 2003 what's the best way to try to recover the Calendar?  Thanks
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Do you need to do this for all users or just one?
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Well it's a very small organization.  They only have 4 mailboxes but the issue is with their main mailbox.  This one is shared by the 3 employees.  It's like a general sales mailbox.  So If I can recover just the one or if I have to restore them all to a certain point it does not matter.
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