Exchange 2010 in a LAB with a blank Database?

Hello,
I've already accomplished this in the past but for whatever reason, I am unable to find my notes or any information on the web regarding creating an Exchange 2010 LAB with a blank database.  What I did is clone my Exchange 2010 server without the Database disks and now I would like to empty the database and re-attach it.  The only information I found regarding was creating a DialTone database but this does not allow me to connect with my existing LAB AD users to their respective empty mailboxes.  From what I recall in the past, it was a simple command, possibly ESEUTIL but not sure.  Hope that's clear and that someone can provide me with some guidance?  Thanks.
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Mounting balnk has no command .... eseutil comes into picture if your trying to mount some database from old server onto a new server ..... in that case we have to check the health of the database
eseitul /mh "Location of EDB file"

If dirty we have to repair with
eseutil /p "location of EDB file"

- Rancy
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sthubertAuthor Commented:
takecoffe:  That is for Exchange 2003 and I had found it in google but I'm not sure it applies to Exchange 2010?
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sthubertAuthor Commented:
It worked on Exchange 2010!  Thank you very much!
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