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Recovering Dumpster from EX2010 Recovery Database

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I'm running Exchange 2010 SP1

I'm looking for some data that exists in an old database backup.  The database has been restored to a recovery database and the data I'm looking for is in the dumpster an account.  I'm having some problems getting to that data because running the recover-mailbox command does not appear to put that data into my target mailbox.  The command I'm running is:

recover-mailbox -identity targetuser -RecoveryMailbox sourceuser -RecoveryDatabase RecoveryDB -Targetfolder Recovery

This is restoring the contents of everything to a folder labeled Recovery in the target mailbox.  Recoverable Items, however, is not being copied there.  I know there is dumpster data available as get-mailboxstatistics for the recovery mailbox shows 400MB of totaldeleteditemsize.  

I've also tried the above command with -IncludeFolders "\Recoverable Items" which does not restore anything.  

Any assistance would be appreciated.


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Well I've done some additional research and found the appropriate command in order to export the dumpster.  New-MailboxRestoreRequest is the correct restore cmdlet to use.  Afterwards I was able to use search-mailbox with the -searchdumpsteronly option to export the dumpster contents to another mailbox.  
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