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Exchange 2010 database will not mount

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power outage took out my exchange 2010 server and the database will not mount.
Error -1032

What are steps to recover the exchange 2010 database?
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http://blog.pluralsight.com/eseutil-exchange-2010

User the eseutil with the repair funciton.

Before you do anything, make sure you have a good backup of what you're working with now.
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by:Marshal Hubs
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If you are having backup of your EDB files, then try to recover the data from that backup. If not, then firstly try Exchange inbuilt utility Eseutil to repair the EDB file. If the problem still persists then you should try any third party exchange recovery tool like Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery  Tool, to repair your corrupt EDB file and restore exchange mailboxes.
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by:Chewe Chileshe
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Try deleting all the logs, repair the database, ensure it has a clean shutdown state and then attemtp the mount operation.
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by:danberry1010
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eseutil worked well.   The database is now mounted, but a post I read said to move mailboxes to another database asap.
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