exchange mailboxes

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Unfortunately I deleted some of the users from active directory. after creating new users in AD on client computers login through new profile... abc.svm (previously it is only abc) and their their previous crossponding email address/spaces in exhcnage is also showing in hexademical numbers. one of the user from deleted users from AD got the 70 messages(very important) and they downloaded into his previous exchange user... now after recreate the user in AD I want also his previous message.. when I tried to do in exchange he only shows me newly created users whose inbox/email, I didn't create during create user option in AD. plz reply me on rashid_47010@hotmail.com

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You will need to attach those mailboxes thru ESM to the new user accounts so he can review those messages.

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The other option is to use exmerge on the exchange server to exmerge the old mailbox into a PST and then give them the PST.

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