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Exchange 2013 Public Folder Recovery

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Today I fat fingered and deleted a public folder "sales" sub folder then deleted the public folder mailbox "pf_mailbox" of which the sub folder belonged to.

I have since recovered the public folder mailbox "pf_mailbox" and it has 4 Gb of data in the size of the folder according the info on the folder.

I'm trying to work out how to recover the subfolder "sales" which I deleted first from the public folder "pf_mailbox".

Any Ideas?

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I found this article awhile ago, I seemed to have skimmed over the part about the exchange "Using Exchange Management Shell to recover deleted public folders"

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