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ESEUTIL Stopped Working Need a new copy for 2003 Exchange.

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Not sure what happened but I was using the ESEUTIL.exe several times to help fix a corrupted mail store file and for some reason it changed to 0 bytes and added an "A" attribute.
So I need to download the program from some reliable location or if any of you have one from a 2003 Exchange server.
Thank you.
Fred
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Do a Google search on "download exchange 2003 iso" and look through the links that come up.

You should find it in those.
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Good idea to try the ISO image.  I didn't see anything from a reputable site except one from a user on Spiceworks.com.
He has an ISO for the 2003 Exchange Ent so I have just downloaded that.  But all I really wanted was just the ESEUTIL.exe file.
I'll see what I get and will reply.
Thanks.
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I have an old Exchange 2003 STD server. I will power up and zip up the executable.
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by:FADugach
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Scott although I found an ISO like I mentioned your thought gave me an idea to search for an old 2003 Exchange CD in the old boxes at the server and eureka, we found one!
So I searched and found a copy of the ESEUTIL on the CD!
So thanks for your assistance!
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by:ScottCha
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Excellent..  Glad I could help.
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Here is the util.
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by:efrimpol
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Oooppss. Seemed that it got blocked. @Moderators - how would I send the file?
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too slow. glad you found the file.
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by:ScottCha
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@efrimpol....be careful on zipping and sending software.  Although it may seem like a good idea, you could and in this case, would be violating copyright laws.
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understood. as you said - only trying to help others. i have since powered down exchange.
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efrimpol, I appreciate your rapid response but we did get er done!
Maybe next time.
Thanks again!
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