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The Inbox of an Outlook express at one of my clients has become corrupt. I was able to salvage the e-mail, but how do I remove the corrupt mailbox with out deleting all of the subfolders that are attached to it?
I have couple of mailboxes left in Exchange 2003 SP2 which have more than 100 corrupted items. How do you move them besides creating .PSTs? If I create PSTs the users will definitely lose some emails as they will bounce by the time I delete the mailboxes in source and recreate them in target...