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Hi, 10 days ago I lost my c: drive on an SBS 2003 system. As I was in for a Server rebuild, I decided to rebuild with SBS 2008 (possibly a rash decision!) I have successfully recovered our 2 main mailboxes (we are a small business!), and therefore everything we need from the Private EDB, by...
I have *.edb, *.GUID and *.log files as backups for some Storage Groups. Is there a way to list the mailboxes from these files alone and restore a specific mailbox to the exchange server? Is there a way to accomplish my requirement without having to purchase a third party tool?