Backup Exec 2010 restore Exchange 2007 Mailbox to different Exchange 2010

Posted on 2012-08-10
Last Modified: 2012-08-10
I have a client who we upgraded their entire exchange infrastructure to 2010 and then we removed their old Exchange 2007 server. Fast forward 3 years and we now need to recover some calendar items for the owner from 2009 and I'm having trouble trying to find the best way to recover those items from our Backup Exec 2010 backups.  I've tried redirection and monkeyed around with a couple of other methods, but I can't seem to get it to work other then building temp Exchange 2007 box and restoring it from there.

Any help or ideas would be immensely appreciated!
Question by:rgjutro
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    Not possible due to design change, as 2010 doesn't have RSG concept. You can download a trial version of 2007, install it and recover it back, or look for 3rd party tool like edb to pst.

    - Rancy
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    by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra

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    That's what I figured since RSG is a distant memory in 2010.  I was hoping to avoid having to build a temp Exchange 2007 box, but such is life. Thanks for the quick replies.

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