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We use SBS2011 with Exchange 2010. The server died, we have rebuit with SBS2011 and Exchange 2010. I have the .edb for Mailboxes, Archieve(along with logs), and Public .edb. How do I import into my new setup so we do not loose emails?
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There are two methods you can do. But I guess only option 2 is for you, because your server totally died.

1. If you meet the criteria then use Database Portability, read the following http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2010-database-portability-disaster-recovery for more info as well as   http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd876926%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx

2. If Database portability will not work for you then check out Lucid8's DigiScope http://www.lucid8.com/product/digiscope.asp which will allow you to open the OFFLINE Exchange 2010 EDB file so that you can then Browse, Search, Export mailboxes, folders and items to PST OR if desired you can move/import/recover/migrate the mailbox and public folder databases directly into ANY production Exchange Server, even cross version i.e. 2003 --> 2007 --> 2010 and soon 2013.
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I just found the exchange log files. Does this help
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Can you boot up the computer? Because that's necessary for option 1
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