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I have exchaneg 2003 server and one of the user noticed that mails were deleted from both blackberry (active sync) and outlook (stored in mailbox). i checked the system manager and in the mailbox store properties - limits - the number of days to keep the deleted items is 0.

windows nt backup for exchange is being taken weekily and i have the backup before the deletion of mails. i would like to know how to restore the mails only for this user mailbox without affecting existing storage group.
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Alternatively (from above suggestion) you can use a 3rd party paid option called Kroll ontrack. It's a great tool to recovery files from backup files.
Worth the money if you can afford the purchase.
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