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Exchange 2010 one mailbox not accessible after crash & eseutil/p

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Exchange 2010 runnning on Windows 2008. A disk failure and user error meant the host was reset.
The Exchange logs were lost, and I ran ESEUTIL /p.
Everything looks OK now except for one mailbox which is not accessible:
From Outlook 2010 a new profile (cached or not) : Cannot open your default e-mail folders. You must connecto to Microsoft Excahnge with the current profile before you can synchronise your folders with your Outlook data file (.ost)
From OWA:  The item you tried to access no longer exists.
The item wasn't found. You or a delegate might have moved or deleted it using another computer or a mobile phone.  
When I create a profile the user does validate.
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Oh well no help forthcoming. Will restore from backup, delete the mailbox, move all the others to a new DB and delete the old DB.
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