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Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
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p***@freenet.co.uk
2007-08-17 22:28:23 UTC
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Hi All,

I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchange
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have the
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder.

What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before?

Thanks
Paul D. Horsey
Thierry Frache
2007-08-18 07:31:41 UTC
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Hi Paul,

you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery mode
(setup /disasterrecovery) in you have reinstalled the operating system
(using the same parameters like hostname, IP, etc.). In this mode, Exchange
will read its configuration from Active Directory (databases parameters,
storage groups, etc.). At this time, if you start the information store
service, users will get an empty mailbox (this is probably what you'll do if
you are not able to restore the backup). Then you could restore the files
you have in the original location. Try to mount the database and check if
the mailboxes are available. It should work.

Thierry Frache
Post by p***@freenet.co.uk
Hi All,
I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchange
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have the
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder.
What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before?
Thanks
Paul D. Horsey
P***@googlemail.com
2007-08-18 09:24:27 UTC
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Hi Thierry,

Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a DC
which was also the operational master RID and PDC! Would this make a
big differance in what you have said already?

Thanks for your help

Paul D. Horsey
Thierry Frache
2007-08-18 09:38:41 UTC
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Yep. How many DC do you have ? I hope you have another one in your domain !
If the domain controller cannot be restored, you should move the FSMO & GC
to the other DC : http://www.petri.co.il/transferring_fsmo_roles.htm

In the case, the DC cannot be restored, you have to remove the server from
the Active Directory (as you will not be able to promote it again as its
name is always in Active Directory). http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498

At this point, you could reinstall your domain controller from scratch (add
it as a new domain controller for an existing domain). When it's done, you
could start to reinstall Exchange with the /disasterrecovery (for the
Exchange Service Pack, you'll find the /disasterrecovery with the update.exe
command).Don't forget to install the same service pack level (for Windows &
Exchange).

If you don't have another domain controller (this means you lost all
computers and users objects of the domain), you'll have to recreate all
objects from scrach (not cool). I guess you'll not able to use your backup
of the mdbdata folder except with Ontrack PowerControls (commercial product
able to open .edb files to extract messages/contacts/etc without Exchange
installed).

Hope this help

Thierry Frache

Get a free @msexchange2007.info mailbox hosted on Live Hotmail.
https://domains.live.com/members/signup.aspx?domain=msexchange2007.info.
Post by P***@googlemail.com
Hi Thierry,
Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a DC
which was also the operational master RID and PDC! Would this make a
big differance in what you have said already?
Thanks for your help
Paul D. Horsey
P***@googlemail.com
2007-08-18 10:12:50 UTC
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Hi Thierry,

We have another 3 DC's, so that's not a problem. Thanks for your help,
i'll try this out.

Thanks again
Paul D. Horsey
P***@googlemail.com
2007-08-20 12:07:27 UTC
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Hi Thierry,

After a couple of problems it's all back up, thanks for all your help.
Thierry Frache
2007-08-20 12:12:31 UTC
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It's a very good news. I'm happy for you.

Thierry
Post by P***@googlemail.com
Hi Thierry,
After a couple of problems it's all back up, thanks for all your help.
jarobs flexan
2010-04-23 08:04:32 UTC
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Try Enstella EDB to PST conversion tool and convert exchange mailboxes to pst mailbox easily without waisting of your most valuable time.. get this tool from http://www.enstella.com/edb-to-pst-conversion.html

Soreb...



paul.horse wrote:

Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
17-Aug-07

Hi All

I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchang
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have th
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder

What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before

Thank
Paul D. Horsey

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Friday, August 17, 2007 6:28 PM
paul.horse wrote:

Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
Hi All

I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchang
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have th
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder

What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before

Thank
Paul D. Horsey

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 3:31 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Hi Paul,you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery
Hi Paul

you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery mode
(setup /disasterrecovery) in you have reinstalled the operating system
(using the same parameters like hostname, IP, etc.). In this mode, Exchange
will read its configuration from Active Directory (databases parameters,
storage groups, etc.). At this time, if you start the information store
service, users will get an empty mailbox (this is probably what you'll do if
you are not able to restore the backup). Then you could restore the files
you have in the original location. Try to mount the database and check if
the mailboxes are available. It should work

Thierry Frach

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On Saturday, August 18, 2007 5:24 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a
Hi Thierry

Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a D
which was also the operational master RID and PDC! Would this make
big differance in what you have said already

Thanks for your hel

Paul D. Horsey

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 5:38 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Yep. How many DC do you have ?
Yep. How many DC do you have ? I hope you have another one in your domain !
If the domain controller cannot be restored, you should move the FSMO & GC
to the other DC : http://www.petri.co.il/transferring_fsmo_roles.ht

In the case, the DC cannot be restored, you have to remove the server from
the Active Directory (as you will not be able to promote it again as its
name is always in Active Directory). http://support.microsoft.com/kb/21649

At this point, you could reinstall your domain controller from scratch (add
it as a new domain controller for an existing domain). When it's done, you
could start to reinstall Exchange with the /disasterrecovery (for the
Exchange Service Pack, you'll find the /disasterrecovery with the update.exe
command).Don't forget to install the same service pack level (for Windows &
Exchange)

If you don't have another domain controller (this means you lost all
computers and users objects of the domain), you'll have to recreate all
objects from scrach (not cool). I guess you'll not able to use your backup
of the mdbdata folder except with Ontrack PowerControls (commercial product
able to open .edb files to extract messages/contacts/etc without Exchange
installed)

Hope this hel

Thierry Frach

Get a free @msexchange2007.info mailbox hosted on Live Hotmail
https://domains.live.com/members/signup.aspx?domain=msexchange2007.info

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On Saturday, August 18, 2007 6:12 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,We have another 3 DC's, so that's not a problem.
Hi Thierry

We have another 3 DC's, so that is not a problem. Thanks for your help
i'll try this out.

Thanks again
Paul D. Horsey

On Monday, August 20, 2007 8:07 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,After a couple of problems it's all back up, thanks for all your
Hi Thierry,

After a couple of problems it is all back up, thanks for all your help.

On Monday, August 20, 2007 8:12 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Re: Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
it is a very good news. I am happy for you.

Thierry


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jarobs flexan
2010-04-23 08:05:02 UTC
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Try Enstella EDB to PST conversion tool and convert exchange mailboxes to pst mailbox easily without waisting of your most valuable time.. get this tool from http://www.enstella.com/edb-to-pst-conversion.html

Soreb,..



paul.horse wrote:

Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
17-Aug-07

Hi All,

I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchange
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have the
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder.

What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before?

Thanks
Paul D. Horsey

Previous Posts In This Thread:

On Friday, August 17, 2007 6:28 PM
paul.horse wrote:

Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
Hi All,

I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchange
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have the
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder.

What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before?

Thanks
Paul D. Horsey

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 3:31 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Hi Paul,you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery
Hi Paul,

you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery mode
(setup /disasterrecovery) in you have reinstalled the operating system
(using the same parameters like hostname, IP, etc.). In this mode, Exchange
will read its configuration from Active Directory (databases parameters,
storage groups, etc.). At this time, if you start the information store
service, users will get an empty mailbox (this is probably what you'll do if
you are not able to restore the backup). Then you could restore the files
you have in the original location. Try to mount the database and check if
the mailboxes are available. It should work.

Thierry Frache

<***@freenet.co.uk> wrote in message news:***@57g2000hsv.googlegroups.com...

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 5:24 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a
Hi Thierry,

Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a DC
which was also the operational master RID and PDC! Would this make a
big differance in what you have said already?

Thanks for your help

Paul D. Horsey

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 5:38 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Yep. How many DC do you have ?
Yep. How many DC do you have ? I hope you have another one in your domain !
If the domain controller cannot be restored, you should move the FSMO & GC
to the other DC : http://www.petri.co.il/transferring_fsmo_roles.htm

In the case, the DC cannot be restored, you have to remove the server from
the Active Directory (as you will not be able to promote it again as its
name is always in Active Directory). http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498

At this point, you could reinstall your domain controller from scratch (add
it as a new domain controller for an existing domain). When it's done, you
could start to reinstall Exchange with the /disasterrecovery (for the
Exchange Service Pack, you'll find the /disasterrecovery with the update.exe
command).Don't forget to install the same service pack level (for Windows &
Exchange).

If you don't have another domain controller (this means you lost all
computers and users objects of the domain), you'll have to recreate all
objects from scrach (not cool). I guess you'll not able to use your backup
of the mdbdata folder except with Ontrack PowerControls (commercial product
able to open .edb files to extract messages/contacts/etc without Exchange
installed).

Hope this help

Thierry Frache

Get a free @msexchange2007.info mailbox hosted on Live Hotmail.
https://domains.live.com/members/signup.aspx?domain=msexchange2007.info.

<***@googlemail.com> wrote in message news:***@w3g2000hsg.googlegroups.com...

On Saturday, August 18, 2007 6:12 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,We have another 3 DC's, so that's not a problem.
Hi Thierry,

We have another 3 DC's, so that is not a problem. Thanks for your help,
i'll try this out.

Thanks again
Paul D. Horsey

On Monday, August 20, 2007 8:07 AM
Paul.Horse wrote:

Hi Thierry,After a couple of problems it's all back up, thanks for all your
Hi Thierry,

After a couple of problems it is all back up, thanks for all your help.

On Monday, August 20, 2007 8:12 AM
Thierry Frache wrote:

Re: Exchange 2003 restore from a priv1.edb file
it is a very good news. I am happy for you.

Thierry

On Friday, April 23, 2010 4:04 AM
jarobs flexan wrote:

Extract EDB to PST
Try Enstella EDB to PST conversion tool and convert exchange mailboxes to pst mailbox easily without waisting of your most valuable time.. get this tool from http://www.enstella.com/edb-to-pst-conversion.html

Soreb...


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Axel Culver
2010-12-18 12:07:27 UTC
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Hi,

You can use stellar phoenix mailbox exchange recovery software that immediately converts edb to pst files. The tool has rich graphical user interface and uses extensive scanning technique to scan the entire database file.

You can find it here: http://www.edb-pst-converter.com/

Thanks
Post by p***@freenet.co.uk
Hi All,
I wonder if anyone can help me, basically our one and only exchange
2003 server died and the backup exec tape doesn't work! But I have the
priv1.edb and all the other files in the exchsrvr folder.
What is the best way to recover the data? Has anyone done this before?
Thanks
Paul D. Horsey
Post by Thierry Frache
Hi Paul,
you could start by reinstalling Exchange 2003 in disaster recovery mode
(setup /disasterrecovery) in you have reinstalled the operating system
(using the same parameters like hostname, IP, etc.). In this mode, Exchange
will read its configuration from Active Directory (databases parameters,
storage groups, etc.). At this time, if you start the information store
service, users will get an empty mailbox (this is probably what you'll do if
you are not able to restore the backup). Then you could restore the files
you have in the original location. Try to mount the database and check if
the mailboxes are available. It should work.
Thierry Frache
Post by P***@googlemail.com
Hi Thierry,
Sorry i should also say that the exchange server was hosted on a DC
which was also the operational master RID and PDC! Would this make a
big differance in what you have said already?
Thanks for your help
Paul D. Horsey
Post by Thierry Frache
Yep. How many DC do you have ? I hope you have another one in your domain !
If the domain controller cannot be restored, you should move the FSMO & GC
to the other DC : http://www.petri.co.il/transferring_fsmo_roles.htm
In the case, the DC cannot be restored, you have to remove the server from
the Active Directory (as you will not be able to promote it again as its
name is always in Active Directory). http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498
At this point, you could reinstall your domain controller from scratch (add
it as a new domain controller for an existing domain). When it's done, you
could start to reinstall Exchange with the /disasterrecovery (for the
Exchange Service Pack, you'll find the /disasterrecovery with the update.exe
command).Don't forget to install the same service pack level (for Windows &
Exchange).
If you don't have another domain controller (this means you lost all
computers and users objects of the domain), you'll have to recreate all
objects from scrach (not cool). I guess you'll not able to use your backup
of the mdbdata folder except with Ontrack PowerControls (commercial product
able to open .edb files to extract messages/contacts/etc without Exchange
installed).
Hope this help
Thierry Frache
https://domains.live.com/members/signup.aspx?domain=msexchange2007.info.
Post by P***@googlemail.com
Hi Thierry,
We have another 3 DC's, so that is not a problem. Thanks for your help,
i'll try this out.
Thanks again
Paul D. Horsey
Post by P***@googlemail.com
Hi Thierry,
After a couple of problems it is all back up, thanks for all your help.
Post by jarobs flexan
it is a very good news. I am happy for you.
Thierry
Post by jarobs flexan
Try Enstella EDB to PST conversion tool and convert exchange mailboxes to pst mailbox easily without waisting of your most valuable time.. get this tool from http://www.enstella.com/edb-to-pst-conversion.html
Soreb...
Post by jarobs flexan
Try Enstella EDB to PST conversion tool and convert exchange mailboxes to pst mailbox easily without waisting of your most valuable time.. get this tool from http://www.enstella.com/edb-to-pst-conversion.html
Soreb,..
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Perform EDB to PST conversion with the help of this advance software. Lepide Exchange Manager allows exporting single or multiple mailboxes from EDB to PST. Administrators can also choose to create new PST or export the mailboxes in existing PST files. Converts all mailbox items from EDB to PST without any fuss. Process of converting EDB to PST takes just a few easy-to-perform steps, recovers private as well as public Exchange Database files. The tool is enriched with advanced settings that help in optimizing the entire EDB repair process.
For more information - http://www.edbtopstutility.com
Adom503
2013-04-25 13:40:08 UTC
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For successful restoring of mailboxes from any type edb file whether it is
priv.edb or pub.edb or mailbox database.edb, my whole experience is in
favor an strong edb pst converter application. I have used an app for
numerous migration project from here:

http://www.pcvita.com/edb-converter.html
Post by BonMaria
Perform EDB to PST conversion with the help of this advance software. Lepide
Exchange Manager allows exporting single or multiple mailboxes from EDB to
PST. Administrators can also choose to create new PST or export the mailboxes
in existing PST files. Converts all mailbox items from EDB to PST without any
fuss. Process of converting EDB to PST takes just a few easy-to-perform steps,
recovers private as well as public Exchange Database files. The tool is
enriched with advanced settings that help in optimizing the entire EDB repair
process.
Post by BonMaria
For more information - http://www.edb-pst.net
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Adom503
2013-04-25 13:40:08 UTC
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For successful restoring of mailboxes from any type edb file whether it is
priv.edb or pub.edb or mailbox database.edb, my whole experience is in
favor an strong edb pst converter application. I have used an app for
numerous migration project from here:

http://www.pcvita.com/edb-converter.html
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J. Brown
2014-03-06 15:55:59 UTC
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Here is one of the most trusted Exchange server recovery solutions for over 10 years, trusted by millions of users, exchange server administrators, and technicians: http://www.recover-computerdata.com/exchange-server-recovery.html

Demo version only few limited features is also available ! It supports to all versions of MS exchange email server.
h***@gmail.com
2014-04-18 05:17:32 UTC
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p***@gmail.com
2014-04-30 07:10:33 UTC
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2014-05-01 04:05:52 UTC
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2014-07-14 07:08:19 UTC
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2015-06-02 05:51:33 UTC
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2015-06-30 07:18:17 UTC
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2015-07-09 12:03:57 UTC
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