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Restore Individual mail items Exchange 2007

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I am looking for an alternate solution to allow a restore of only a couple of email in an Exchange 2007 Environment. This is just a testing domain, but using the Merge or copy mailbox contents in Exchange 2007 I can obviously merge back a deleted item, but can not seem to get any granularity as to what I want and do not want to restore.

I used an NT backup and mounted to an RSG fine, is there a way in 2007 to have more granularity from the management console or would I still have to restore this mailbox to a temporary mailbox (e.g. Restore) then use Outlook to move back certain emails?

thanks in advance!
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We use Backup Exec for this and it does exactly what you need. Instead of using an RSG you can use the GRT (Granular Recovery Technology) feature. You can restore back into the users mailbox or re direct to another mailbox.
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