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Lost emails in Exchange 2010

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I have lost emails in the Sent Folder for all my users (4) I have no idea where the emails are.

The oldest mail is about 1 year old.

Whe I dump mailbox from the database I only get about 3GB of data in .pst files but the .edb database is is more than 6GB and then logfiles (.jrs and .log) are over 10000 (about 10GB)
and I have several .ci and .wi files who are about  1GB.

Is it possible my database is corrupt ?
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Did you try and check with "Recover Deleted items" option that might have the data

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I found only 6 emails there (in Outlook 2010) but I am missing serveral hundreds.
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If not in Outlook "Recover Deleted Items" did you highlight INBOX and Deleted items respectively and check.

If still not than restore is the only option left

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