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I have following questions on microsoft exchnage 2010

1) how do u configure autodiscover service on exchange 2010
2) how do you restore single mail or single mail box database in exchange 2007 and exchange 2010
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by:Will Szymkowski
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The links below will provide the steps required to accomplish what you have asked...

Configure Autodiscover

Configure Autodiscover Externally

Exchange Recovery with Recovery Storage Groups Exchange 2007

To recover single mail items you can use the Exchange "dumpster" in OWA or Outlook for the users to recover items that have been hard deleted.

- Open Outlook
- Click Folder Tab
- Under Cleanup
- Recover Delete items

The default retention for Exchange dumpster is 14 days. You can increase this if you like on the database or per individual mailbox.

As for items past dumpster retension this will be based on what type of recover solution you are using. Symantec Netbackup and Backup Exec use GRT (grandualr Recovery Technology) which allows you to recover individual items on the fly stright into the users mailbox.

Symantec Backup Exec GRT Exchange restore requirements

If your backup software does not have a similar capability then you are out of luck for single item recovery.

Will.
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by:pramod1
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everything was fruitfull but u didn't mention about exchnage 2010 single mail or mailbox recovery

thanks
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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For Exchange 2010 you use Recover Database, instead of Recovery Storage Group as they no longer user Storage Groups in Exchange 2010.

Create a Recovery Database Exchange 2010

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thanks it was excellent
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excellent info.
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excellent
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