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I have just put a new priv.edb and pub.edb on our exchange server as the priv was beyond repair, but the pub.edb was working fine, so here is the question, can I put the old working pub.edb back on to Exchange with the new priv.edb if so how??

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I was waiting for someone else to offer a better option than I’ve got, but that hasn’t happened. ;-)

This may not be elegant, but I think it’ll work. Backup the “new” priv.edb as it stands right now. Restore the old pub.edb, and then restore the new priv.edb. This should put the hooks from the new priv into the old pub.

Disclaimer–I would test this procedure on a test machine first.

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  • Poomba1
    Well why not, they're not dependant of each other per say, may have to run the Isinteg utility. http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=182081
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  • RichardDoe
    Have done this many times. Once the databases are in place you will need to run the Isinteg -patch command. This will update the guids and tie all the databases together.
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