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Posted on 2013-10-24
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Hi Expert,

I just have a question regarding public folders in exchange 2007.
One folder was deleted and we have to recover it.
But in backupExec I cannot select one folder just the complete one.
Is there another way ?
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You can use PFDavAdmin or OWA to recover the deleted PF if still in the retention limit

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also possible in exchange 2007 ?
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Yes PFDavAdmin can be used from a 32 bit machine and yes OWA too can help :)

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yes, but also from a x64 machine with .net1.1
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