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Ex2010 can't load database.


Best Answer armanilowe , 01 October 2015 - 10:58 AM

Guide below and sources from Internet forums will help you only if your exchange database has a usual problem, but if your database is severely corrupted, then apply more powerful method https... Go to the full post »


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Okay this is going to take some major explaining, so I apologise for the large amount of text.

 

We have a client that has ignored all our advice and refused to get a backup device, 18 months after the install of their new server MacAfee deletes a file.

 

C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Mailbox\Mailbox Database 1770230085\E00.log\000c08eb.js

 

 

Then we get a phone call that their email has stopped working, so knowing we can’t just restore form a backup .

 

We load up the Exchange Management Console and we get a limited options (screen shot attached) at  this point slightly worried about having no backup and it isn’t a simple problem we get all the users (~10) to backup outlook to a PST file so they still have their mails.


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Hi specter352,
We only offer help for home and personal use. Hence we are unable to help you. Please review the Terms of Service that you agreed to when you joined.
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Guide below and sources from Internet forums will help you only if your exchange database has a usual problem, but if your database is severely corrupted, then apply more powerful method https://exchangeserv...erytoolbox.com/ Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server

http://itknowledgeex...-exchange-2007/
http://forums.msexch....htm#1800598776

If you deleted the Exchange account, you may be able to recover the account if your operating system supports system restore and you only recently deleted the account. If too much time has passed you are less likely to have a restore point available.

 

  1. Open the system restore application. In Vista it is at Start Menu, Programs, Accessories, System Tools.
    Or enter %systemroot%\system32\rstrui.exe in Start search field or Start menu, Run.
  2. Pick a date just before the profile was deleted.

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