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Exchange Server 2003 Corrupt Messages

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  I have come to find out in a round about way that several mailboxes in my Exchange Server 2003 have corrupt messages. Is there any way to fix or remove them from the server?
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You will need to dismount the mailstore and run the following against the database:

eseutil /p (repairs the database)

eseutil /d (defragments the database)

isinteg -s servername -fix -test alltests (integrity checks the database - run as many times as it takes to see 0 errors and 0 fixes in the last line of output).

Alan
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