I'm not sure if what I need is possible, but I'll ask it anyway.
Our Exchange environment consists of the following:-
1x Exchange 2010 CAS server
1x Exchange 2010 MB server (split into 2 databases)
1x Enterprise 10.0.2 Exchange Archiving server.
We've had a bit of a company downsize and a number of staff have left the company. We have a company policy (not mine) but we export all their mailbox and archive to PST files and remove their mailbox's and if anyone needs to look through the PST file we just attach them to their Outlook client for referencing.
My problem is, out help desk person actually imported the PST files into another users mailbox instead of just attaching the PST files.
Now I need to figure out how the hell I'm going to somehow export or delete them the mailbox she imported them into.
does anyone know of a nice way I can go about this, I'm in my right mind to just make them sit there are delete them one by one.
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