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Exchange 2010 mailbox Recovery from RSG

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In exchange how can I recover a deleted mailbox from a RSG when the associated AD account is still prsent?
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Have you a backup of your exchange database ?
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My exchange 2010 is backed up via DPM and I have already recovered the mailbox to an RSG
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Is there anything special I need to do to recover a mailbox that is has been totally removed???
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