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    Question Recovery Exchange 2000 Public folders?!?!

    Hi!

    We migrate 2 weeks ago to win 2003 and exchange 2003.

    we make an image of the old win 2000 server + exchange 2000.

    with that migration we forgot to backup our Public Folder from exchange (the public folder include
    few importanc Contacts (200 .vcf) files).

    I can browse the image from the old exchange.

    I find out that the public folders are stored in this both files:

    pub1.edb
    pub1.stm

    Now the question: How I can recovery the complete Public folder???


    regards,



    gicio

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    http://www.commvault.com/products_sub.asp?id=7

    You'll need a professional product to do this. that or you'll have to purchase an exchange book that covers this process.. I tried locating one for free but it was impossible.

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    HI!

    I think microsoft SHOULD HAVE a free solution for this?!?!



    hope sooooooooo



    regards,


    gicio

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    Thumbs up

    Thx BB!!!


    have you try something from the site?


    regards,


    gicio

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    Hi!

    I try all this stuff from this site but nothing help.




    regards,


    gicio

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    Something else to try:

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tre...y/AdminGde.asp


    Try that book there. It lists what info is available:

    This book provides detailed answers to the following questions:

    * What information do I need to administer Exchange 2003?
    * How do I configure settings at both the organization-level and the server-level to achieve specific Exchange 2003 goals?
    * What do I need to know about recipients, messaging, the Exchange store, e-mail clients, and Exchange clusters in order to effectively manage these aspects of Exchange?
    * How can I effectively manage e-mail recipients in my organization?
    * What do I need to understand about routing groups, SMTP, and Internet connectivity to enable message flow in my organization?
    * How can I provide and support e-mail clients for my users?
    * How do mailbox stores and public folder stores work in Exchange 2003? What do I need to know to effectively administer them?
    * How can I effectively administer clusters to achieve maximum reliability and availability?
    * What tools and services are available for managing Exchange 2003?
    * What is the recommended configuration for a four-node Exchange 2003 cluster?
    * How do internal components interact in the Exchange store and what should I know about these components?
    * What do I need to know about public folder replication and the replication process?
    * What is full-text indexing and how can I effectively use full-text indexing in my organization?
    * What tools and processes can I use to troubleshoot and remedy mailbox and public folder store problems?

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    I personally have used exchange all of a couple of times.. so I am not that familiar with it.. I wished I was.. and I might this weekend install it and try it out..
    :P

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