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Hi Team,

In my environment i have  Ex1 (Mailbox,CAS,HUB,UM)

and Ex2 ( Edge ).

I am having  Mailbox Database backups.

now the main problem is my existing Ex1 is crashed and not working.

how can i recover exchange server using existing backups.

Please do suggest and help me.

Regards, KAR

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Hi Team,

Yes, its crashed, I am having only  Mailbox Database backups.

Thanks for your support, let me go with the articles and let you know if i found any difficulties.

Regards, KAR.
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