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How Do I Resolve Exchange 2007 Mailbox Database Corruption

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We had a brief power outage yesterday afternoon, and this morning I am getting an error that some table in my Exchange Mailbox Database is corrupted.  I tried running CHKDSK to see if that would fix it, but no.  Now I am trying to find out the quickest way to fix the problem.  The Event Log shows Event ID 467 and Source ESE.  The message says that Index FidDeleteTimeIndex of table IndexAge is corrupted.

Please help... this situation is urgent, and I'm looking for the quickest fix.

Thanks,
Rob
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A tool called ESEUTIL is good for repairing damaged databases.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/192185
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THANK YOU!!!
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